NOVEMBER FEATURED CONTENT
|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.