Broadway's Disgraced Joins Long Wharf Theatre 2015-16 Season
The New Haven theater also adds a Samuel D. Hunter world premiere to its roster.
Playwright Elizabeth Egloff Takes Boston Audiences Into the Ether Dome
Modern health-care corruption finds its roots in a 19th-century dentist's chair.
National Corporate Theatre Fund Regional Theaters Awarded Two Substantial Grants
The Ford Foundation and the Hearst Foundation awarded NCTF with two grants to be put toward the development of new works and theater education programs.
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Heads to Broadway This Fall
The Jefferson Mays-led musical comedy will play the Walter Kerr Theatre starting October 22.
Inside 50 Years of Regional Theater — Much More Than Broadway's Crash-test Dummy
In the midst of a busy New York theater awards season, regional theaters celebrate 50 years of "local art by local artists for local audiences."
Broadway's Priscilla Lopez to Star in Nephew Matthew Lopez's Somewhere as Part of Hartford Stage's Upcoming Season
The 50th Anniversary season will also feature plays by Steve Martin, Shakespeare, and more.
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Jesse Tyler Ferguson and 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Original Cast to Reunite
Jim Parsons Is the Selfie-Taking Omnipotent Ruler of Your Dreams in An Act of God