On the Bartell’s Drury Stage in late June, executive director Kirk Stantis introduced season announcements from four resident community theaters.
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The 102-year-old play of the same name as Lin-Manuel Miranda's blockbuster, which opens in Madison on Tuesday, is a decidedly more sedate production.
Two Crows Theatre Company announced a four-show season in its home theater, The Jefferson, a Spring Green bar and black box at 137 W. Jefferson St.
Cap Times theater critic Lindsay Christians used "Fences" as a gateway into a broader conversation about race and theater for a Cap Times Talk on Tuesday.
At Tuesday’s Cap Times Talk, a panel of theater artists and educators discussed how classic theater companies can take on tough questions and tell more diverse stories.
The discussion series continues on Tuesday, Aug. 6 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
This Thursday, Falconbridge Players will do a free hour-long workshop of “The Rover” at Arts + Literature Laboratory on Winnebago Street.
PlayTime Productions, the enduring for-children, by-children traveling theater troupe, is coming off one if its most difficult years.
The Equity theater company that produces three plays each year and a biennial monologue festival has announced an expanded 2018-19 season.
Are We Delicious? is a Madison theater company where the actors are also the writers and they get only one week to write, rehearse and memorize their lines.
After years of fundraising struggles, infighting and high drama, the Bartell Theatre at 113 E. Mifflin St. will celebrate 20 years in existence next summer.
The Downtown playhouse — whose business model may be unique among theater spaces across the nation — is turning 20 next season.
Based on real transcripts, court documents and interviews, “The Exonerated” is a documentary theater piece about six people who were wrongfully convicted.
The APT reading series Winter Words is often the first chance to see a play that could appeal on the company's next season. Tickets go on sale Tuesday.
Though the venue has struggled in the past with finances, leadership says it's on surer footing these days as companies have been forced to collaborate.