From a socially distanced staging of ‘Lobby Hero’ to a TYA event addressing racism, there’s no shortage of theatre for your screen this week.
Four theatres will join the New York-based company in programming work centering Asian American artists and performers.
Only a quarter of patrons make return visits to the theatre year over year, on average, according to a new report from Spektrix.
The 2019-20 lineup will also include a world premiere by Tony Meneses and a ‘Twelfth Night’ directed by NY theatre critic Sara Holdren.
In addition to ‘Pamela’s First Musical,’ with book co-written by Christopher Durang and lyrics by David Zippel, the slate also feature a new play by Martin Moran.
The season will open with Lorraine Hansberry’s ‘A Raisin in the Sun,’ starring Brandon J. Dirden and Crystal A. Dickinson.
The season will feature Shakespeare, August Wilson, and new plays and musicals.
Fairy tales, history both documented and reimagined, and works in translation are recurring themes this month.
The organization’s longtime artistic director will step down this summer.
A new musical based on Ned Vizzini’s young-adult novel follows a high schooler jonesing for chill pill, literally.