Son House Is in the House for Geva Theatre Center 'Revival'
A blues legend who lived in Rochester, N.Y., for 20 of his quieter years is the subject of a citywide celebration and a new play by Keith Glover.
Onstage this Week: Aug. 3--9
Musicals both old and new take the forefront this week from Seattle to Wellfleet.
Bill Rauch's Oregon Trail, and Mine
Why I've avidly watched the work of Cornerstone's founding artistic director and of Oregon Shakes, both separately and together.
This Month in Theatre History
From the first plays staged and written on the continent to the founding of Woolly Mammoth and the O'Neill.
Roger Rees, Starcatcher of Williamstown
The iconic actor was also a great artistic director, a tireless theatre enthusiast, and a gracious mentor to young artists.
Ronlin Foreman To Step Down as School Director of Dell’Arte
Foreman will continue to work with the school as the master teacher of the MFA program.
Abrons Arts Center Announces 2015--16 Season
The roster includes innovative and collaborative new works from theatre artists around the globe.
The Play Company Announces a Season of Premieres in 2015--16
The adventurous lineup of shows includes a German play and a musical by a Brooklyn-based rock band.