Friday, April 28, 2017

Sarah DeLappe, Jaisey Bates Win Play Prizes from Marin Theatre by American Theatre Editors

They're the recipients, respectively, of an award for a new American play and for an emerging American playwright.

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East West Players’ Season to Celebrate Collaborations and ‘Allegiance’ by American Theatre Editors

A full season of coproductions will feature the Broadway musical's L.A. debut, two world premieres, and a beloved revival.

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City Lights Theater Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

A musical and historical drama will join works by or inspired by Shakespeare, Chekhov, and Jane Austen.

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4th Wall Theatre Company Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

Four productions as well as a play reading series will be part of the upcoming lineup.

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ACT Completes 2017-18 Season With 4 Shows by American Theatre Editors

The San Francisco theatre has added a world premiere musical, 'Small Mouth Sounds,' and a 'Hamlet' starring John Douglas Thompson to its lineup.

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Dave Malloy and Rachel Chavkin to Receive 2017 American Ingenuity Award by American Theatre Editors

The writer and director will be recognized for 'Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812.'

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A.D. Players Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The lineup features five mainstage productions and a series of children’s shows.

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Law Enforcement Officials Perform Immigrants’ Stories in Colorado by American Theatre Editors

Local authorities will read narratives from immigrants at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder.

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

David Cote Takes a Time Out After an ‘Amazing Run’ by American Theatre Editors

Time Out New York's longtime theatre editor leaves a legacy of incision and advocacy, and has no plans to go silent.

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Diversionary Theatre Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will include four plays and a world premiere musical.

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CTG to Feature ‘Spamilton’ in 2017-18 Kirk Douglas Season by American Theatre Editors

Center Theatre Group's smallest house will also present works by Paul Rudnick and Quiara Alegría Hudes.

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Premiere Stages Announces 2017 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will include two mainstage productions and developmental workshops.

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Notes From a Celebration: Pacific Playwrights Festival Turns 20 by American Theatre Editors

South Coast's rep for developing new work makes another strong showing.

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Taylor Mac to Reprise ’24-Decade History’ by American Theatre Editors

The show will be presented in different cities as abridged performances and concerts.

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The Playwrights’ Center Announces 2017-18 Fellows by American Theatre Editors

Seven writers will receive support and mentorship for creating new work.

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The Lark Announces Recipients of Venturous Playwrights Fellowship by American Theatre Editors

Olivia Dufault, Mike Lew, and Susan Soon He Stanton will develop new plays as part of the inaugural fellowship.

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

WaterTower Theatre Sets 5-Show 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The Texas theatre will present a world premiere from Regina Taylor and a production of 'Hand to God' from D.C.

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28 Theatrical Summer Camps for Every Age by American Theatre Editors

Is your child the family scene-stealer? Theatres across the country have classes and activities for students to take part in during the summer months.

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Soho Rep to Move Back Into Walkerspace by American Theatre Editors

The Off-Broadway company, forced to vacate its longtime home last fall, got help from the mayor's office.

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Journey to the East: A Survey of Chinese Theatre by American Theatre Editors

If you can gauge a nation's health by its theatre, China looks vital, youthful---and ambivalent.

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China’s Theatre Bubble by American Theatre Editors

Most stage works don’t attract mass audiences or enjoy long runs—but there can be strength in the shadows.

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The Sound of Musicals in China by American Theatre Editors

Japan and Korea have embraced and nurtured Western-style musicals. Can China be far behind?

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How Stan Lai Improvised a New Theatre From Old Forms by American Theatre Editors

The legendary Taiwanese writer/director looks back on his long career, and discusses how American theatre compares to Chinese theatre.

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East, West, and In Between by American Theatre Editors

Theatre in China since the early 20th century has blended Chinese, Japanese, and Western traditions.

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Hong Kong’s Independent Spirit by American Theatre Editors

Theatre companies small and large seek new inspirations down disparate paths—and some audiences are following.

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Shanghai: A Building Boom, a Youth Revival by American Theatre Editors

China’s vibrant seaport city has a surfeit of theatres; good thing there’s a new generation eager to fill them.

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Monday, April 24, 2017

The Stillness Is the Move: Coaching Dianne Wiest for ‘Happy Days’ by American Theatre Editors

How she turned the constraints of Beckett's buried-alive heroine Winnie into expressive assets.

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Linda Winer: I’m a Critic, Not a Click-Chaser by American Theatre Editors

The longtime Newsday fixture---for decades New York's only female first-string theatre critic---says she's resigning, not retiring.

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Vassar and New York Stage and Film Announce 2017 Powerhouse Season by American Theatre Editors

This summer in Poughkeepsie, Lynn Nottage and Duncan Sheik will develop a new musical together, and Josh Radnor will present a new play.

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Ten Thousand Things to Revisit a Classic in 2017-18 by American Theatre Editors

The season will feature the first play ever produced by TTT: Brecht's "Good Person of Szechwan." It will also be artistic director Michelle Hensley's final season.

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Salvage Vanguard Theater Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season, under new leadership, will feature contemporary plays and a new-works festival.

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