SEPTEMBER FEATURED CONTENT
|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.