Monica Dolan discusses writing and performing in her one-woman play, The B*easts.
A discussion where you will hear from three of the many people who came together to make Pipeline by Dominique Morisseau a success:
Jenni Rushton and Keith Beattie share their experiences of directing an amateur production of Agatha Christie's Murder in the Studio.
A conversation with playwright Bekah Brunstetter on the opening of The Cake at MTC, all things playwriting, working on This Is Us, and about her upcoming project The Notebook Musical.
"How would this play centered on the Black experience hold up with a predominantly white audience? Would the jokes land and appropriate emotions be stirred?" In this article, director Reginald Douglas discusses fostering empathy and conversation with August Wilson's Two Trains Running at Weston Playhouse.
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Raymond Allen discusses his hit sitcom Some Mother’s Do ‘Ave ‘Em, which has recently been adapted for stage by Guy Unsworth.
Javaad Alipoor shares an insight into directing One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest.
Contributor Katie Coryell shares 10 things you might not know about The Great Comet.
The much beloved 1988 film turned stage adaptation has audiences clamoring into theatres across the country. Here we share 10 facts only a true fan would know!
We chatted with our Professional Licensing Team, Theresa Posorske and Zach Kaufer, about their suggestions for plays and musicals that could round out your season planning.
ArtsWest production of Peerless.
Contributor Katie Coryell digs into little known trivia from one of the most beloved and treasured musicals of all time.
Alley Theatre’s Associate Director for Design Kevin Rigdon revisits Steve Martin's Picasso at the Lapin Agile.
Director Lucy Bailey's take on Witness for the Prosecution.
Discovering Agatha Christie's lost manuscripts.