Northern Sky Theater's Next Season: Lumberjacks, Sawbones, and BBQ
A season of musical comedies will include one world premiere and the return of three popular hits.
Rubicon Theatre Company Announces 2016 Season
The slate includes another chapter of Arlene Hutton's Nibroc trilogy, two American premieres, Clarence Darrow, and a campy sci-fi musical.
'No More Sad Things'? A Tender, If Impossible, Wish
Kilroy's-recommended playwright Hansol Jung makes her official debut with 'No More Sad Things' at Boise Contemporary Theatre and Sideshow Theatre Company.
New Opportunities and Recurring Challenges: Both Go Better With Planning
TCG's annual Fall Forum and Theatre Facts shine a fresh spotlight on strategic planning.
9/11-Themed 'Come From Away' Takes a Seattle Layover
Fresh from a premiere in La Jolla, the new tuner gets some fine tuning for its second flight.
United Solo Festival Announces 2015 Winners
The festival closed its sixth season of performance by handing out 40 competitive awards, plus an honorary award to James Lecesne.
Onstage This Week: Nov. 23–29
From flying cars, twisting tornadoes, to ships at sea, it is another adventurous week for theatre stateside.
Shakina Nayfack Found Herself While Founding Musical Theatre Factory
The founder of the brand new development hub opens up about the company’s and her own gestation.