PerformInk Is Back!
If you are reading this, and I’ve published this letter to the website that means we’ve pulled the trigger and PerformInk has come out of hibernation. This is exciting! Hello!
Court mounts a formidable and relevant LONG DAY’S JOURNEY
Mary Beth Fisher’s powerhouse performance is one for the books – brave, complex, and extremely moving.
Piven Announces Cast for DEAD MAN WALKING
The 19-member cast is led by Patricia Lavery co-starring as Sister Prejean alongside Jay Reed as Matthew Poncelet.
American Theater Company Announces Casting for XANADU
American Theater Company (ATC) announced casting for the musical comedy XANADU, the final production of its season.
BLOOD WEDDING – a Valiant Effort, but Missed Opportunity
Though the collaboration of Lorca and Lookingglass is promising, the production’s aesthetic choices dominate Lorca’s words and characters instead of supporting them.
BUTLER Stirs Up Ugliness of America in Civil War Comedy
Through an intricate dance of witty dialogue, Northlight Theater’s production BUTLER by Richard Strand explores one moment in history which undoubtedly can be considered the prelude to not just the Emancipation Proclamation, but it also explains how Black men both free and escaped slaves were allowed to join as soldiers of the Union during the Civil war.
TCG Announces Veterans and Theatre Institute
TCG announced the launch of the Veterans and Theatre Institute, a pilot program for veterans and active military personnel to experience, study, and create theatre.
Historic Exchange Continues with Cuba Between Ruth Page Center and Havana’s Escuela Nacional de Ballet
As President Barack Obama makes history March 20-22 with his visit to Cuba, another historic event coincides with his trip.
$1208 for HAMILTON Tickets? In Chicago?
Yep. 6 months from the premiere of HAMILTON in Chicago, scalpers are already trying to profit on tickets in the secondary market.