MARCH FEATURED CONTENT
|Former Drama-Logue Publisher Funds Relaunch of LA Stage Alliance Arts Site
Bill Bordy gifts LA Stage Alliance with five years of funding to support a return of its online performing-arts magazine.
|What Is a Musical Now? The Polyphone Festival Jammed Some Fresh Answers
Theatremakers joined students at the University of the Arts for theatricalized concert versions of sounded the limits of the musical theatre form.
|Huntington Theatre's 2015--16 Season Slates 4 World Premieres
Next season at the Boston theatre will include new works by Winnie Holzman, Jeffrey Hatcher, Gina Gionfriddo and Craig Lucas. Oh, and Nick Offerman.
|Chekhov, Our (Distracted, Prosaic, Prophetic) Contemporary
Somehow a Russian doctor who died in 1904 was able to pre-diagnose our 21st-century ways of not connecting, of spending our lives alone together.
|Actor's Express Puts the Spotlight on Its Hometown for Its 2015--16 Season
The city's notorious child murders of 1979 are the backdrop of Janine Nabers's 'Serial Black Face,' and Steve Yockey will get two world premieres.
|6th Street Playhouse Wins Big at Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards
Critics shower awards on Northern California theatre, with 64 recipients across 22 categories.
|Studio Theatre Lines Up Mainstage, Second Stage and Commissions for 2015--16
A mix of new work and local premieres, including plays by Lucy Kirkwood and Stephen Adley Guirgis, are on tap, along with a new second-stage series.
|Serge Sieden Steps Down as Studio Theatre's Producing Director
Serge Seiden will leave Studio Theatre to work on other projects in the D.C. area.
|Signature Theatre 2015-16 Season to Include Two World Premiere Musicals
The D.C.-area theatre's new season includes new musicals from Adam Gwon and Brian Feinstein, plus area premieres from Annie Baker and Bathsheba Doran.
|Rebuilding While Rebelling: Carey Perloff's First Year at A.C.T., Part 2
Her renegade first season at the earthquake-ravaged A.C.T. sparked outrage—and a surprise denouement.