Thursday, June 21, 2018

New Victory Theater Announces 2018-19 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will feature nine U.S. premieres.

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

The Scotch Is on the House at ‘Behind the City’ by American Theatre Editors

Third Rail Projects partners with Macallan scotch whisky to create a 'branded' experience. Will audiences drink to that?

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Weston Playhouse Names Susanna Gellert Executive Artistic Director by American Theatre Editors

Gellert, currently at Brooklyn's Theatre for a New Audience, will join the Vermont company in mid-July.

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Synchronicity Theatre Announces 2018-19 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will contain new plays and a musical with music and lyrics by Bob Marley.

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A New ‘West Side Story’ Sans Jerome Robbins by American Theatre Editors

For a new Guthrie revival, choreographer Maija García has created gritty new dances that give the Jets and Sharks a fresh spin.

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Knight New Work Miami to Invest $500,000 in Groundbreaking New Art by American Theatre Editors

Knight Foundation’s New Work Miami initiative hopes to showcase Miami as a city of art and innovation.

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American Shakespeare Center Announces 2018-19 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will feature a world premiere adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Emma.'

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Indiana’s Phoenix Theatre Announces Leadership Change by American Theatre Editors

The Indianapolis theatre's founding producing director departed after 35 years.

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Caitlin Lowans Named Artistic Director of Theatreworks in Colorado by American Theatre Editors

Lowans will begin her new position on Aug. 1.

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What Shines Through by American Theatre Editors

To tell the story of theatrical lighting design, we need to get beyond adjectives and surfaces.

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They Speak Lighting by American Theatre Editors

How master designers Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer help us see what their directors want to show us.

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Charge of the LED Brigade by American Theatre Editors

Tomorrow's lighting technology is already here, though the changeover is not yet complete.

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Andrew Hungerford: Art + Science by American Theatre Editors

The artistic director of Cincinnati's Know Theatre wears many hats, but his main lens into theatre is lighting design.

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The Tough Old Broad Who Lit the Way by American Theatre Editors

Tharon Musser, whose career spanned four decades, spurred innovation in her field, but always in the service of a central concept.

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Yes, Lighting Design Has a Diversity Problem by American Theatre Editors

Their instruments can evoke every color of the rainbow, but the designers are still overwhelmingly white and male.

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A Hazy Shade of Theatre: The Case for Clearer Design by American Theatre Editors

Stage fog and haze are great tools for the right occasion. But must they be a default design element?

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Monday, June 18, 2018

Web and Flow by American Theatre Editors

How to optimize your theatre’s YouTube promo videos.

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John McAdams, a Gentleman Actor Who Was Truly Gentle by American Theatre Editors

His colleagues remember the Tectonic actor and company member as the best among us.

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Sunday, June 17, 2018

#TCG18 Closing Plenary: We End How We Began by American Theatre Editors

Samples of St. Louis stage work and an award for the Kranzberg Foundation highlighted both the city's triumphs and its challenges.

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Saturday, June 16, 2018

#TCG18 Plenary 2: Data Points and Lived Legacies by American Theatre Editors

Awards for Black Rep's Ron Himes and Ten Thousand Things' Michelle Hensley, and Jer Thorp's 'data humanism.'

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Friday, June 15, 2018

Mixed Blood Theatre Slates 2018-19 Season by American Theatre Editors

Among the shows will be a world premiere "drive-through" production by Ken LaZebnik.

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#TCG18 Recap: Not Everything Is Lost by American Theatre Editors

The opening event of the 2018 TCG National Conference, headlined by Naomi Shahib Nye, found poetry and persistence in storytelling.

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Artistic Director Eric Rosen to Depart Kansas City Rep by American Theatre Editors

Rosen, who joined the company in 2008, will step down at the end of the summer.

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Thursday, June 14, 2018

May Adrales Is Branching Out by American Theatre Editors

This year's recipient of the Alan Schneider Director Award at #TCG18 has grown into an expert on collaboration and leadership.

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Williamstown Theatre Fest Establishes J. Michael Friedman Fellowship by American Theatre Editors

The new fellowship, named in honor of the late composer, will support emerging theatre artists.

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Detroit Public Theatre Announces 2018-19 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will feature works by Dominique Morisseau, Martin McDonagh, Molly Smith Metzler, Todd Almond, and Matthew Sweet.

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Theatres of Color Gather for Historic St. Louis Meeting by American Theatre Editors

For the first time in 15 years, dozens of arts organizations of color convened to share challenges, practices, and community.

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

A Trip to Kigali, Where the Past Is Still Present by American Theatre Editors

Why I followed the playwrights and director of 'Red Hills,' En Garde Arts' new play about the Rwandan genocide, in a pilgrimage to the country where it's set.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

MCC Theater to Open New Building in November by American Theatre Editors

The 30-year-old New York theatre company will move into its permanent home this fall.

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Cornerstone Theater Company to Leave Los Angeles Home by American Theatre Editors

The company will move out of its longtime home of 20 years, citing rent hikes.

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Latinx Theatre Commons Announces Lineup for Carnaval 2018 by American Theatre Editors

Carlos Murillo, Marisela Treviño Orta, and others will have their plays presented at the Latinx theatre festival.

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