by Dominic Orlando • Sep. 22
What do "Ashland" and "Cabaret" have in common? Dominic advocates for the mixing of styles into what can only be described as "adult pleasure".
by Alan M. Berks • Sep. 19
Check out this video preview of the new website. Learn more about the calendar and the talent books.
by John Middleton • Sep. 18
TBT: A comprehensive, sequential warm-up from breath to yoga to centering—um, does anyone else feel a little numb right now?
by Matthew Foster • Sep. 17
Introducing Matthew Foster as one of our new critics. Come for the opinion; stay for the way with words.
by Derek Lee Miller • Sep. 16
Innovation | Social Service | Vision
You may ask yourself what's theater for? You may ask yourself how did I get here? You may ask yourself my god, what have I done?
by Sam L Landman • Sep. 15
John Lilleberg had an enormous effect on people who worked with him.
by Ira Brooker • Sep. 15
A sometimes forgotten excellence of live performance is its impermanence and adaptability, like basketball.
by C. Andrew Mayer • Sep. 11
TBT: In the next 5-10 years, the Baby Boomer founders of most of the metro's mid-sized nonprofits will retire soon. Is it a crisis?
by Sophie Kerman • Sep. 10
Though this difficult world makes escapist theater a welcome distraction, Sophie is most lifted up by The Lower Depths.
by Derek Lee Miller • Sep. 9
Management | Production | Social Service
Bifurcation in Philly, 99 seaters in LA, and a complete inability to do much in Ferguson.
See it this week at Intermedia Arts in Minneapolis. Presented by Theatre Pro Rata.
Andrew Troth performs in The Marriage of Bette and Boo playing at Theatre in the Round this month.
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