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ALBEE ESTATE CLARIFIES POSITION ON CASTING CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
Why did the late playwright’s estate take issue with the casting of a black actor as Nick, while it approved another production co-starring two black actors?
LONDON THEATRE PREVIEW: FALL 2017
What to see across the pond this fall.
HAROLD PRINCE MUSICAL CELEBRATION, PRINCE OF BROADWAY, OPENS AUG. 24
The musical retrospective of the life and work of visionary director-producer Harold Prince, encapsulating over six decades of Broadway history, makes its long-awaited New York debut.
ROB COLLETTI TO LEAD SCHOOL OF ROCK NATIONAL TOUR; COMPLETE CAST ANNOUNCED
The tour of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will launch in September in Rochester.
HOW A LOW-BUDGET THEATRE CAN STILL GO HIGH-TECH
As local theatres tackle Broadway’s most technically demanding shows, new resources—from keyboard programs to prop exchange to tablet-ready scripts—provide a helping hand.
ALEX SHARP WILL STAR IN GENDER-SWITCHED DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS WITH ANNE HATHAWAY AND REBEL WILSON
The Tony-winning actor joins the cast of the upcoming comedy Nasty Women.
THE CUTTING-EDGE LONDON UNIVERSITY EVERY U.S. THEATRE STUDENT SHOULD KNOW
London’s Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is among the highest ranked universities for theatre education in the U.K., and its doors are open to international students.
FORMER GEFFEN PLAYHOUSE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR FILES SUIT AGAINST THEATRE
Longtime artistic director Randall Arney has come forward with allegations of discrimination against the theatre’s board co-chairs.