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Next season at the Connecticut theatre will feature period pieces by Lauren Yee, Lloyd Suh, Doug Wright, and a world premiere by Ricardo Pérez González.
The lineup includes works by Larissa FastHorse, Steve Martin, and Brecht.
The world premiere musical is joined in the lineup by 'The Sound of Music' and a new musical take on Robin Hood.
A lively conversation with playwright Lucas Hnath, director Leigh Silverman, playwright/director Robert O'Hara, and new-play producer Alexis Williams.
The company's 35th season will feature a lineup exclusively by U.S. playwrights, 4 Rhode Island premieres, and the theatre's first musical.
The theatre will present six show running in repertory under the California oaks.
Cohn will work closely with artistic director Anne Hamburger in leading the company.
After 12 years at Adventure Stage in Maryland, Bobbitt is heading north to New England to begin a new chapter.
TCG will team up with the NEA and TYA/USA to present a one-day convening about Theatre for Young Audiences.
2 new books about Sarah Bernhardt, Eleonora Duse, and Harry Watkins shows the life of a 19th-century actor was filled with acclaim and alcoholism in equal measure.
The lineup includes a Sondheim classic, a bilingual drama, a Sherlock Holmes play, and more.
Each playwright will receive an award of $50,000.
The first Asian American Christine in 'Phantom of the Opera' discusses how she got into theatre, plus a review of 'Daddy' by Jeremy O. Harris.
The lineup will include the world premiere of 'Dhaba on Devon Avenue' by Madhuri Shekar.
The season will be presented at the newly renovated Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center.
The theatremaker and arts educator, who began her playwriting career at the organization, will start the new post in May.
The artistic director of the Public Theater will be celebrated at a ceremony later this month.
The new program strives to increase opportunities for under-represented theatre artists.
The series marking Emily Mann's final season as artistic leader will include world premieres by Rachel Bonds and Nathan Alan Davis.
The playwright of 'Somebody's Daughter' and 'Surely Goodness and Mercy' talks about how private school almost broke her and how August Wilson shaped her thinking.
The playwrights will each receive $12,500.
A director and administrator known for championing new work, she is poised to lead one of the nation's leading theatres.
The under-produced 20th-century playwright is the newest rediscovery project for the Off-Broadway company.
You've heard of rock ’n’ roll theatre, but this company is living the dream: It started in a garage and is now a full-time "meta-media" producing organization.
The Miami-based author will open the org's national conference this June.
Her first season at the Baltimore theatre will include 'Miss You Like Hell,' 'Men on Boats,' and a play directed by Taye Diggs.
The lineup includes two premieres and contemporary classics.
The critics are back with a discussion of the 'To Kill a Mockingbird' controversy and a look at a day (and night) in the life of a theatre critic.
The lineup includes a female-championing play festival, new comedies, and contemporary dramas.
The programming will include a world premiere play set in Rochester's Kodak Park.
The global prize for English-language writers carries a purse of $165,000.