Bonnie Metzgar Named Interim Artistic Director of American Theater
The company will conduct a nationwide search to find a successor for the late artistic director PJ Paparelli.
'Zombie: The American' Occupies the White House
Robert O'Hara's new play for Woolly Mammoth mixes Jacobean drama with political satire and the zombie apocalypse to make a statement about the undead way we live now.
Chita Rivera, Heidi Schreck, Diedre Murray Take Home Lillys
A dozen awards recognizing women in theatre and their advocates were given at the annual ceremony.
Mixed Blood Puts Money Behind a Body of Disability Work
The theatre's Disability Visibility Project aims to encourage more productions from a growing theatrical literature, and more work for disabled artists.
Christine Howey Traces Her Transgender Journey in 'Exact Change'
She already crossed a gender line. Now this northeast Ohio critic is crossing another barrier to become a playwright/performer.
Weston Playhouse Announces Summer Season
A summer season featuring classic plays and new musicals for audiences of all ages.
Al Hirschfeld's Life Drawing
A new exhibit at the New York Historical Society and a new book celebrate both the timeliness and the timelessness of the caricaturist's work.
In Cleveland, Theatre Is Helping to Stage an Urban Renaissance
The site for the 2015 TCG conference is a city on the rebound, and Cleveland Play House and Cleveland Public Theatre are key players in the upsurge.