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The play is the story of shoemaker Wayland Early and his wife Della Rose, set in two times and two places: 1921 Mississippi and 1939 Chicago.
"American Mariachi" is ninety minutes of musical joy.
More of the big theaters get back into the business of live shows in October
Last May, three days before the murder of George Floyd, the company announced that executive director David Schmitz was leaving. And then this May, artistic director Anna Shapiro, who took o…
As the closest the world's ever come to nuclear war, The Cuban Missile Crisis was one of the most consequential geopolitical events of the twentieth century and Brian Pastor chose to adapt a…
Live theater and opera make a comeback in a dramatic way.
Set in 1986 in the Aburi Girls Boarding School in Ghana, five teenagers gossip and primp as they prepare for beauty pageant auditions the following day. The social hierarchy of "mean girls''…
Loevner foresees the demise of many performing arts organizations as the effect of the pandemic plays out.
A theatrical take on the controversy surrounding NFL players' protests against police violence during the national anthem over the last couple of seasons.
A world premiere of Lucas Hnath's most truthful play, one about his mother's kidnapping. Or is it?
This Tony Award winner mines its parochial material for outstanding humor, showing these small-town residents as far more open-minded than their mostly big-city counterparts.