JULY FEATURED CONTENT
|New Victory Theatre Announces New Season of Work for Young Audiences
The season features 16 productions from all over the globe, with storytelling through shadows, puppetry, and music for the young, from toddlers to teens.
|High Schoolers Anthony Skillman, Marla Louissaint Take Top Jimmy Awards
Culled from 50,000 high school students nationwide, a final 52 performers made their Broadway debut to compete for the Jimmy Awards.
|How to Cross the Critic-Artist Divide and Live to Write About It
Shaw, Bentley, Tynan---it's not so odd for professional critics to work the other side of the footlights. But there are a few ground rules.
|East West Players Producing Artistic Director Tim Dang to Step Down
Dang makes way for new leadership after 22 years at the helm of the nation's oldest continually operating theatre of color.
|Know a Theatre: Theatre Britain of Plano, Texas
This small one-stage theatre exclusively produces works by British playwrights, with an emphasis on farce and a specialty in panto.
|A Smaller, More Local Intiman Resurfaces in Seattle
How did Andrew Russell bring this venerable resident theatre back from the brink of debt and dysfunction? Slowly, carefully---and locally.
|Profile Theatre Announces a Full Season of Tanya Barfield
Plays by the Portland native, including 'The Call,' 'Blue Door,' and 'Bright Half Life,' are on the slate.
|Onstage This Week: June 29--July 5
All aboard! Schooners, seafaring, and whale hunting are recurring themes this week onstage from coast to coast.