Judith Malina’s “Here We Are,” the Living Theater’s final show at its current home, is a hugely engaging combination of participatory avant-garde political theater and summer camp.
From screen stars Tom Hanks and Alec Baldwin to stage stars Jeremy Shamos and Bobby Cannavale, there’s something for everyone as shows rush to open in April before the Tony Award eligibility cutoff date.
Sara Fousekis, the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ new director of development, shares her secrets of successful fundraising.
Tectonic Theater Company’s “The Laramie Project Cycle,” at BAM, pairs the original 2000 docudrama with its 2009 sequel, “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later,” to stunning effect.
Donald Freed’s outstanding “Tomorrow,” from Skylight Theatre Company, Rogue Machine, and Britain’s York Theatre Royal, explores the mentor-mentee relationship among three actors.
Smith will present “Zero” on Feb. 6 and 7 and Lucy Thurber will present “The Locus” on Feb. 20 and 21. All readings will be held at the Bank Street Theater.
The man behind the new indie drama “Blue Caprice” and the Tony-winning revival of “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess” knows what actors want—a great story.
Steve Yockey’s “Wolves,” at Celebration Theatre, promises thrills and chills and lots of blood but leaves you wondering in more ways than one who is going to clean up the mess.
Artistic Director Christopher Ashley will host a public forum to discuss the casting process for its new musical.
“Pocahontas, and/or America,” at the Bushwick Starr, is a charming mess of a show that relies upon a homespun aesthetic to examine the role of Native Americans in popular culture.