Broadway In Chicago Apologizes for Ejecting Autistic Child
“We will continue to review the matter to ensure that all staff are taking care of our customers in the most inclusive way,” Broadway In Chicago said.
Breon Arzell and Daniel Kyri On Goals, Creating, Representation, and Self-Care
Breon Arzell and Daniel Kyri are both making their Goodman Theatre debuts in Charles Smith’s Objects in the Mirror. PerformInk’s Kyle Whalen sat down with the duo for a revealing in-depth conversation on life and art.
Inside HER MAJESTY’S WILL Part One: Adapting the Novel
In this 3-part INSIDE series, PerformInk takes you behind the scenes of Lifeline Theatre’s production of HER MAJESTY’S WILL through blog posts written by the people behind the scenes.
Martha Lavey, 1957 – 2017
Martha Lavey, Steppenwolf ensemble member and recently retired Artistic Director, passed away today due to complications from a stroke suffered last Wednesday, April 19. Lavey was still battling complications from a stroke in May of 2015. According to a statement from the theater: “She spent her last days as she lived,...
2017 Non-Equity Jeff Award Nominees Announced
The Jeff Awards announced today a total of 127 nominations in 26 categories for the 44th Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards for productions that opened between April 1, 2016, and March 31, 2017.
Collaboration and Curiosity, Inside the Creative Life of Scott Davis
“I feel like the first time you work with a director, you’re designing, you’re doing all the normal stuff, but you’re also learning how to communicate. You’re learning each other’s vocabularies. Which is always real exciting, I mean. It’s just like first dates with people—you don’t know what’s going to happen.”
Hypocrites Announce New Structure, Ensemble, Follow-Up to ALL OUR TRAGIC, and DRACULA at Mercury
Today The Hypocrites announced a new non-profit business model after the company was forced to cancel a portion of their 20th anniversary season.
At Shattered Globe FOR PETER PAN Is a Family Affair
Attend any production of FOR PETER PAN ON HER 70TH BIRTHDAY and you’re guaranteed to witness a deeply intimate play — a gift, in fact — written by playwright Sarah Ruhl specifically for her mother, Kathleen Ruhl.
The Power of Relationship: Sanford Meisner and Psychotherapy
There are many ways to train as an actor, just as there are various ways to practice psychotherapy.
No Jeff Judges for Letts at Steppenwolf – Jeff Committee Responds
“Our Committee of 55 hard-working devoted theatergoers each see more than a hundred plays a year. Our membership is diverse, with all ages and diversity.”