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The lineup will include four plays, each a New England premiere.
In her art and in her play 'How to Have Fun in a Civil War,' the Somali artist strives to reach past facts and into our emotions.
The City of Lawrenceville has voted in favor of a $31 million arts and education complex renovation.
The one-night-only benefit on January 21 is a partnership with Vermont's Bennington College.
The three new plays to be featured are each written by a female playwright.
How the Iranian playwright of 'White Rabbit Red Rabbit' got his worked produced in 50 countries, and got around the travel ban.
This theatre company got its start in an old school auditorium with wedding-gift money.
When the McCarter's longtime artistic director leaves in 2020, she plans to do more of what brought her there 30 years ago: writing and directing.
The commission, now in its second year, was created to help new playwrights develop their work.
The collaboration aims to advance the inclusion of people with disabilities in entertainment.
The award-winning playwright talks about early inspirations, breakthroughs, and how Naomi Iizuka pushed to write look inward to find her voice.
The Rep's Ignite! Festival will debut three in-development scripts this spring.
How could any single show carry so much of the island's pain and triumph? By unleashing a hurricane of pride and love.
The lineup includes productions about family secrets, rewriting history, and country superstars.
The playwright/screenwriter will be honored by the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in April.
New York's annual experimental theatre sampler boasts plenty of chills and frills, but the real attraction is carefully crafted mayhem.
The author of 'Having Our Say' and 'Execution of Justice' will have led the New Jersey theatre for 30 years when she steps down in 2020.
The lineup will include three mainstage productions, free performances with the Chicago Avenue Project, and a new-works festival.
The lineup include swashbuckling adventures, Shakespearean tragedies, and a holiday favorite.
The lineup will include four new plays, from political thrillers to murder mysteries.
Emerging playwrights Mariah L. Richardson, Shualee Cook, and Kristin Idaszak have been selected to participate.
Suilebhan, who currently serves as director of brand and marketing for Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, will start next week.
Their shared leadership, and segregated duties, keep Palm Beach Dramaworks afloat.
The Manhattan theatre also announced a new $30 ticket initiative, a new-musical development lab, and playwright residencies.
The acclaimed director will succeed Darko Tresjnak to become the theatre's sixth artistic director.
They will each receive $100,000 in recognition of their work as lyricists; Charlie Sohne is also recognized for his work as a librettist.
The producer will help lead the D.C. Jewish theatre.
The Little Rock native will begin the new post in August, taking the helm of the Rep after of it briefly suspended operations.
For 4 decades this Lowell, Mass., native has stayed involved with the theatre she helped create there.
2 years of negotiations for a new contract with the Broadway League on developing new musicals have reached an impasse.
Carpenter Molly Diers, who resigned last March due to the theatre’s allegedly 'sexist culture,' has disputed the city's ruling.