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|Children's Theatre of Charlotte Announces Ambitious 10-Show Season
New takes on 'The Princess and the Pea', 'Cinderella' and 'The Tortoise and the Hare' alternate with adaptations and favorites.
|Humanitas Announces New Award for L.A.-Based Playwrights
New prize program with Center Theatre Group will also set aside funds for local world-premiere production.
|Bridge Initiative Lauds Playwright Kat Ramsburg, Director Amanda Noel Trombley
The female-empowerment organization announces the winner of its inaugural playwriting competition, to be staged at an event in June.
|Irish Theatre of Chicago Announces Its 2015--16 Season
The Chicago theatre's roster includes a U.S. premiere and two Midwest premieres.
|Arvada Center Announces 2015--16 Season
Katori Hall's 'The Mountaintop', as well as a George Brant world premiere and two regional premieres, are on the theatre's six-show slate.
|Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati Announces 2015--16 Season
The company celebrates its 30th season with a mix of new plays, classic tales and a musical.
|The Curious Incidence of Theatre on the Autism Spectrum
Autism-related theatre for youth has its own spectrum, from work created for autistic kids to pieces devised with their input.
|It's All About the Execution in Belarus Free Theatre's New 'Trash Cuisine'
Hounded from their home country but staying together via Skype, Minsk's toughest troupe is back in New York with another harrowing but mesmerizing piece.
|The NOLA Project Announces 2015--16 Season
The resourceful, venue-less Big Easy company plans a range of offerings, including three immersive pieces.
|Onstage This Week: May 4-11
From Connecticut to Colorado, from Restoration Comedy to kitchen-sink naturalism, it's a wide-ranging week in U.S. theatres.