JUNE FEATURED CONTENT
|Weston Playhouse Announces Summer Season
A summer season featuring classic plays and new musicals for audiences of all ages.
|Al Hirschfeld's Life Drawing
A new exhibit at the New York Historical Society and a new book celebrate both the timeliness and the timelessness of the caricaturist's work.
|In Cleveland, Theatre Is Helping to Stage an Urban Renaissance
The site for the 2015 TCG conference is a city on the rebound, and Cleveland Play House and Cleveland Public Theatre are key players in the upsurge.
|'Hamilton' and 'Curious Incident' Win Big at 2015 Drama Desk Awards
Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical took home seven prizes and Simon Stephen's play won six, in every category it was nominated in.
|This Month in Theatre History
From the formation of the White Rats to the 'Miss Saigon' controversy, historical events in June were busting out all over.
|Onstage This Week: June 1--7
From musical passion to small-town despair, from Orinda to Wellfleet, another ecletic theatre sampler.
|Offscript: Laura Kepley's Tony Burrito Toss
This week's guest is Laura Kepley, artistic director of this year's Regional Tony winner Cleveland Play House. She talks about why Cleveland is the next big arts town---and where to find a good craft beer.
|‘Washeteria’ Puts Children's Theatre Through the Rinse Cycle
How set designer Louisa Thompson, and the creative team at Soho Rep, turned an empty storefront into a hyper-realistic yet fantastical laundromat.