Brian Friel, Playwright of Dancing at Lughnasa, Dies at 86
Friel was hailed as the "Irish Chekhov" and as one of the greatest English-language dramatists of all time.
Donald R. Seawell, Founder of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Dies at 103
The World War II veteran became one of the country's greatest theatrical advocates.
Sheri M. Goldhirsch, Artistic Director of Young Playwrights Inc., Has Died
Goldhirsch was 55 years old.
Frank D. Gilroy, Tony- and Pulitzer-Winning Author of The Subject Was Roses, Has Died
The playwright and screenwriter was 89.
Kyle Jean-Baptiste, Who Made History in Broadway's Les Misérables, Dies at 21
Jean-Baptiste became the first African-American performer to play the role of Jean Valjean on Broadway.
Mark Rucker, American Conservatory Theater's Associate Artistic Director, Has Died
Rucker, who was 56, was found dead in his apartment.
Legendary Broadway Stage Manager Samuel "Biff" Liff Dies at 96
Liff's Broadway career began in 1949.
Fiddler on the Roof Star Theodore Bikel Dies at 91
Bikel originated the role of Captain von Trapp on Broadway in The Sound of Music.