Dozens of Chicago Theaters Will Pledge Inclusion and Compassion on Eve of Inauguration

News Jan 18, 2017 0

On Thursday night at 5:30 PM, thousands of theater practitioners will gather outside of hundreds of theaters across the country to participate in a ceremony promising to create a “light for dark times ahead.” The event is called “The... Read more

Required Reading: “American Buffalo”

Required Reading Jan 11, 2017 0

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Inside PSYCHONAUT LIBRARIANS Part Four: Lighting Is Reality…and Magic

Inside Jan 11, 2017 0

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Liberate Your Acting with Movement Training

The Craft Jan 9, 2017 0

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Why Take An Acting Class

The Craft Jan 5, 2017 0

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American Theater Company Welcomes New Managing Director
American Theater Company (ATC) and Artistic Director Will Davis have welcomed resident stage manager...
Marriotts TYA Has Its MADAGASCAR Cast
Pictured: James Earl Jones II. Marriott Theatre for Young Audiences has announced the cast for MADAGASCAR...
Casting Set For AMERICAN HWANGAP
Halcyon Theatre, in a co-production with A-Squared Theatre, has announced casting for the midwest...
MOST HAPPY FELLA Has Cast and Creative Team
Theo Ubique has announced casting for their spring production of Loesser's THE MOST HAPPY...
Dozens of Chicago Theaters Will Pledge Inclusion and Compassion on Eve of Inauguration
On Thursday night at 5:30 PM, thousands of theater practitioners will gather outside of hundreds of theaters across the country to participate in a...
NYC and SF TOO MUCH LIGHT Close, Neos Collaborate on Replacement
The Neo-Futurists companies in Chicago, New York and San Francisco announced today a collaboration on a new late-night show, which will debut at each...
Oracle Productions Closes After 11 Years
Oracle has been a champion of "public access theater" for the past 6 years, in which all tickets are free.
Alison Vesely, Artistic Director of First Folio Theatre, Passes Away at 59
Vesely directed over forty productions at the Oak Brook-based institution she founded in 1997 with her surviving husband, David Rice.
Required Reading: “American Buffalo”
What plays should be considered culturally required reading? What plays that once might have held that honor no longer...
Inside PSYCHONAUT LIBRARIANS Part Four: Lighting Is Reality…and Magic
In this 4-part feature, PerformInk continues its INSIDE series and takes you behind the scenes of The New Colony’s...
Why Take An Acting Class
In PerformInk’s series The Craft, we invite professionals in the educational field to discuss the benefits and the history...