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Boston's Suffolk University will present the entire set of Wilder's 'Sins' one-acts for the first time in one program.
The acclaimed playwrights gather on Nov. 19 at the Center for Fiction to talk about realism and the fourth wall.
The other winners include TDF's Accessibility Programs and the late Neil Simon. They will each receive $5,000.
The songwriters will be each presented with a $60,000 cash prize next month.
New artistic director Robert Barry Fleming's first festival program will feature five world premiere plays.
The former artistic director of Syracuse Stage, and August Wilson aficionado, will take over the Silicon Valley company.
The 'Hamilton' composer, who bought the century-old book shop when it closed last fall, has announced its reopening for March 2020.
The critics discuss the newest celebrity jukebox musical, and how Broadway theatres have an accessibility issue.
In Ohio-based writer Christopher Johnston's new play, a disgraceful global trade hits close to home.
From the birth of William Wells Brown and Ellen Stewart to the beginnings of Memphis's Playhouse on the Square and McNally’s 'Love! Valour! Compassion!,' December was a noteworthy month.
In telling the story of her mother, who died under a careless plastic surgeon’s knife, she hopes to illuminate both grief and injustice.
The season will feature the world premiere of a musical about Civil Rights activist Bayard Rustin.
The co-founding leader of Ithaca's Civic Ensemble prepares to take the helm of the similarly community-minded HartBeat Ensemble in Connecticut.
Known for calm, eye-of-the-storm roles, the Florida-raised actor brings the thunder in his own adaptation of the iconic gangster drama.
Why is he doing 'Soft Power' in New York while filming 'How to Get Away With Murder' in Los Angeles? Because he finally gets to play the hero.
The 'Orange is the New Black' actress discusses learning how to dance for 'for colored girls....' at the Public Theater. Plus reviews of 'Moulin Rouge,' 'Little Shop of Horrors,' and 'Soft P…
Whether the weapons are real or fake, part of the show or not, your theatre needs to be prepared.
The popular improv troupe is now teaching folks its blend of improv and freestyle rap, and one of its students is now with them on Broadway.
Unexplained knocking, disembodied voices, a whiskey-drinking spirit, and more fill our annual collection of stories about theatrical ghosts.
The award from the Vineyard Theatre is named for Pultizer-winning playwright Paula Vogel.
A gathering last month in Georgia lifted up the work of Sharrell D. Luckett and Tia M. Shaffer, and their mentor, Freddie Hendricks, in developing empowering approaches for Black actors.
Where will this acclaimed director, slated to succeed Jack Viertel, take New York's beloved musical theatre revival program?
Tracy Letts stops by to discuss his newest play, 'Linda Vista,' and how he balances being a playwright and actor.
The partnership has commissioned 10 new plays about science and technology.
Six theatre artists in recovery share stories of how the field has both embraced and excluded them.
The new Kitchen Sink Residency will give 2 years of support and space for companies to create new work, culminating in full productions.
How bloodsucking vampires, headless horsemen, and ghostly encounters are bringing new patrons to theatres around the country.
Ishii has been serving as Perseverance's interim artistic director since July.
The summer 2020 season will feature the premiere of Christopher Bayes and Steven Epp's adaptation of Goldoni's 'The Venetian Twins.'
The Wisconsin summer theatre will present 9 shows in repertory, including works by Tom Stoppard, Tarell Alvin McCraney, and Marisela Treviño Orta.
In his long-gestating gay-legacy epic, Matthew Lopez speaks back to a work that helped shape him, ‘Howards End.’