From a cellist to a scenic designer, from New Haven to St. Paul, a cohort marked by versatility and vision.
Gentle but passionate, as handy with farce as with tragedy, the late director brought together the Bay Area’s disparate theatrical tribes like no one else.
As impish as he was earnest, as reliable as he was sensitive, the theatre’s longtime managing director led by actions as much as words.
Theatre Communications Group executive director Teresa Eyring addresses the financial difficulties that come with being involved in the performing arts.
When the Polish theatre guru came to teach in Irvine in the 1980s, he turned the group into a new experiment in mystery and discipline.
Readers both reinforce and challenge our article, “The Artist as Entrepreneur,” and more.
The star of Broadway’s “Ghost” learns to navigate the business of show business all over again.
Eight master acting teachers investigate the crucial balance between classroom rigor and personal discovery.
A kaleidoscopic look at a discipline that still gets no respect.