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12 Standout Shows of 2016 From Across America
TheaterMania's regional critics weigh in on their favorites of the year.
How Constellations Became Kate Baldwin and Graham Rowat's Next Husband-and-Wife Project
The Broadway spouses leave the musical universe to take on Nick Payne's scientific two-hander for their third summer at Berkshire Theatre Group.
For Will Swenson, Being a Pirate King Really Is a Glorious Thing
Swenson stars in Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance at Barrington Stage Company.
Michael Hayden Confronts Tough Issues of Race and Parenting in American Son
The Tony-nominated actor talks about his challenging role in Christopher Demos-Brown's new play at Barrington Stage Company.
7 Shows You Should See This Summer Across the Country
From War Paint to Broadway Bounty Hunter, here are the must-sees of 2016.
Shoshana Bean Finally Gets Her One Shot at Fanny Brice in Funny Girl
The dream role that lured the Wicked veteran back to the stage and a career of being "a bagel on a plate full of onion rolls."
Ayad Akhtar Is Bringing Racial Tension to Washington, DC — and to a Theater Near You
Now presenting Akhtar's Disgraced, Arena Stage names the Pulitzer winner as resident playwright.
Now With an Oscar Nomination, Mark Rylance Returns to the New York Stage in Nice Fish
The stage icon gives us the scoop on his unconventional Tony speeches and his upcoming plans, including a possible New York transfer of the hit West End drama Farinelli and the King.
Goethe-Institut Announces Transatlantic Theater Project Exploring the Value of Privacy
The Plurality of Privacy Project in Five-Minute Plays (P3M5) features five minute plays written by playwrights from across the United States and Europe.