February 2015 FEATURED CONTENT

Women in Mind: The Muses That Moved Williams and Shakespeare
Tina Packer tracks the Bard's growth via his female characters, and James Grissom tracks down divas who alternately inspired and frustrated Williams.
The Goodman Theatre Claims a Piece of August Wilson's Ground
Director Chuck Smith curates an August Wilson Celebration, with readings of all 10 of the Century Cycle plays and little-heard Wilson poetry.
Bathsheba Doran, On the Trail of 'The Mystery of Love & Sex'
Her new play unfolds like a detective story, which is only fitting, since the playwright doesn't map out her work but discovers it as she writes.
Reanimating 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' for the Stage, and Keeping It Dark
The songwriters of the Disney film join playwright Peter Parnell to reenvision the story as a tale of lust and deformity.
This Month in Theatre History
Births, deaths, debuts and bans of bygone Marches.
Executive Letter for March 2015: Seeing Change
Diversity and inclusion are more than just values and talking points; they require and entail a specific series of actions.
Booze and the Bard, Two Flavors That Go Well Together
Like a cocktail with your classics? Troupes are attracting new audiences by mixing sauce with Shakespeare---and even some purists would like another round.
City Theatre Season to Include Three Pittsburgh Premiere Dramas
Conor McPherson's 'The Night Alive,' Dominique Morisseau's 'Sunset Baby' and Laura Eason's 'Sex With Strangers' will kick off the new season.
Scott Shiller Named President and CEO of Denver Center for the Performing Arts
The former executive vice president Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami will join the Denver company in a pivotal leadership role.
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Slates New Comedies, Returning Favorites
Season to include world premieres by Karen Zacarías and Lauren Gunderson, revivals of 'To Kill a Mockingbird' and 'The Secret Garden,' and a new play about Satchel Paige.