How 'Steel Hammer' Forges the John Henry Myth Into the Story of a Community
In refracting an American folk legend through a musical-theatrical lens, SITI Company and their collaborators create a powerful tool to fight the machine.
Onstage This Week: Nov. 30--Dec. 6
It's a drama-filled week from Pittsburgh to Tucson, complete with morphing chickens, striptease acts, and trailer-park shenanigans.
What Will Steven Leigh Morris Do at LA Stage Alliance? A Critical Q&A
The longtime theatre writer for the LA Weekly and Stage Raw was already a local theatre leader; his new job just makes it official.
Stephen Sondheim Receives 2015 Presidential Medal of Freedom
President Obama presented the nation's highest civilian honor to 17 recipients; among those were theatre artists Sondheim, Barbra Streisand, Emilio Estefan, and Gloria Estefan.
Theatre During Wartime: Everything Is Different (Again)
This ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this ain't no fooling around.
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
Kilroys-recommended playwright Hansol Jung makes her official debut with 'No More Sad Things' at Boise Contemporary Theater and Sideshow Theatre Company.