AUGUST FEATURED CONTENT
|Mark Rucker Made Room for Others, and There Was No Better Place To Be
Gentle but passionate, as handy with farce as with tragedy, the late director brought together the Bay Area's disparate theatrical tribes like no one else.
|Water, Holy and Otherwise: Double Edge Dives In
The farm-based Massachusetts company draws upon the life of lead actor Carlos Uriona for 'Once a Blue Moon.'
|Mary-Arrchie Theatre Company Will Close After 30th Season
The Chicago storefront theatre loses its home at the Angel Island Theater after nearly three decades.
|Twitter Plays Aren't Revived, They're Retweeted
Jeremy Gable's 'The 15th Line' gathered attention as a Twitter play in 2010. Now Erin Mee is bringing it back.
|Offscript: Mark Valdez Defines Ensemble
This week's guest is Mark Valdez, executive director of Network of Ensemble Theaters, who discusses the evolution of the ensemble model. Plus, the editors discuss the controversy over Manhattan Theatre Club's 15-16 mostly white-male season.
|Distilling 'Hee Haw' Into 'Moonshine,' a Musical with More Than Just Hayseed Har-Hars
Bookwriter Robert Horn, along with Nashville song pros and director Gary Griffin, aims for the heart as well as the humor of the TV variety chestnut.
|Theatre West Announces Eclectic Season
The roster runs the gamut from children's theatre to classic musicals and contemporary plays.
|Single Carrot Theatre Names Alix Fenhagen New Managing Director
The longtime ensemble member and collaborator won't just help lead the company---she'll also still be onstage in the coming season.