NOVEMBER FEATURED CONTENT
|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.