DECEMBER FEATURED CONTENT
|Bailiwick Artistic Director Lili-Anne Brown to Step Down
After nearly four years, she will leave her post at the Chicago company before the new year.
|'My America Too' Is Theatre for the New Civil Rights Movement
Center Stage produced the guerrilla-theatre video series in response to the Black Lives Matter era.
|Redmoon Theater to Close Its Doors Next Month
The innovative and ambitious company that has brought free art to the Windy City for 24 years will shutter in early 2016.
|Performance Network Theatre to Close Its Doors at Month's End
Despite efforts to overcome financial hardship, the Michigan company will shut down after 34 years of entertaining local audiences.
|Onstage This Week: Dec. 21–27 (The Dickens Digest!)
Scrooge, Fezziwig, Cratchit, and Tiny Tim are stars this week as hundreds of performances of Charles Dickens' beloved holiday story take the stage across America.
|We've Got Issues---Special Issues, That Is
In addition to our regular themed editions---including our current one on acting training---we're aiming to make each issue special in its own way.
|Offscript: Yo-Ho-Ho and a Bottle of Year-End Highlights
This week's guest is director/auteur Mary Zimmerman, who discusses her traditional treatment of Leonard Bernstein's "Wonderful Town" and her newest adaptation: "Treasure Island." Plus the editors discuss 2015 theatrical highlights and our wishes for 2016. Happy holidays everyone!
|Hudson Theatre to Reopen on Broadway
Ambassador Theatre Group now co-owns the historic theatre, with plans to put it back into Broadway business for the 2016--17 season.