JULY FEATURED CONTENT
|Connecticut Repertory Theatre 2015--16 Season Mixes Old and New
The roster includes 'The Laramie Project,' 'Sense and Sensibility,' 'Twelfth Night,' and a puppetry festival.
|Light on Their Feet: A Conversation With Jennifer Tipton and Sebastián Solórzano Rodríguez
The seasoned New York lighting designer has been mentoring the young Mexican artist for a year. They met recently to talk about composition in time and space.
|Broken Nose Theatre Gives Audiences a Break With New Pay-What-You-Can Policy
The Chicago storefront is changing its mission to become one of the first theatres in the city with a pay-as-you-can policy.
|Remembering Theodore Bikel, a Mensch Against Hate and Prejudice
The late actor, who died on July 20 at age 91, escaped the Holocaust and advocated for the powerless through story and song.
|Company One's 2015--16 Season to Tackle Abortion, Race, Gender
Next season to feature plays by Ruby Rae Spiegel, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Young Jean Lee, and Natsu Onoda Power.
|Village Theatre Sets Lineup for 2015 Festival of New Musicals
The 15th annual festival includes readings of works by Paul Gordon, Cheryl L. Davis, and Christine Toy Johnson, and a developmental production from Kevin So and Kevin Merritt.
|Theater Alliance Announces Identity-Themed 2015--16 Season
Next season includes world premieres from Kathleen Akerley and Emily Chadwick Weiss, and revivals of Ntozake Shange and Marc Bamuthi Joseph.
|Cutting Ball Theater's Artistic Director to Go on Sabbatical
Rob Melrose will take a one-year sabbatical, and co-founder Paige Rogers will oversee the theatre during his absence.