Wendy Wasserstein’s 1997 play feels more contemporary than it should, especially during this political season.
The company awards Jiehae Park’s new play and announces the recipients of the New Play Commissioning Program.
The summer festival in the Berkshires will produce both classic and new works.
The awards are bestowed to musical theatre librettists and lyricists in honor of ‘Chorus Line’ lyricist Edward L. Kleban.
The playwright wants to be a griot for her hometown of Detroit and beyond.
WTF offers on-the-job theatre training for performers, writers, designers, technicians, and administrators.
The iconic actor was also a great artistic director, a tireless theatre enthusiast, and a gracious mentor to young artists.
‘Off the Main Road,’ a long-unproduced play by the Kansas-born writer, will make its long-overdue premiere at Williamstown Theatre Festival this summer.
Just far enough from New York to get away and stretch with new work, but close enough for a day trip, Vassar’s Powerhouse has been a theatre development hub for 3 decades.
The play will be read at this year’s festival prior to its fall premiere in New York. Also announced: Next year a commission will be added to the prize.