This Month in Theatre History
From the Trojan War to the Civil War, World War I, and beyond, a look back at past Septembers in the American theatre.
A Tale of Two Theatres, Becoming One
Walden Theatre and Blue Apple Players have shared programs and personnel for years. Now they're taking their relationship to their next level.
2015 Wilde Awards Fetes Purple Rose Theatre and Michigan Opera Theatre
The awards recognized 19 productions at 16 Michigan theatres.
Executive Director Tom Parrish To Leave Geva for Post at Trinity Rep
After nearly five years in upstate New York, Parrish will take a similar position in Providence.
American Theatre Wing Announces 2015 National Theatre Company Grants
Twelve companies have received $10,000 grants, among them Portland Playhouse, Serenbe Playhouse, and the NOLA Project.
The Wild and Woolly Worlds of Playwright Sibyl Kempson
The experimental theatremaker takes her cues from the natural world, the subconscious, and feminist thought in her genre-defining works.
One Key to the Simpsons' Marriage: They Trade Hats Easily
Sometimes she directs and he acts, sometimes vice versa. For Wyoming's Pete and Lynne Simpson, it's all in a life's work.
Schindler and Neutra: Architects Who Couldn't Avoid Each Other, Despite Their Best Efforts
Tom Lazarus's new play 'Princes of Kings Road' traces two Viennese modernists who briefly worked together, then split up---then met again in an L.A. hospital.