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Falcon Theatre Presents TEA AT FIVE, 10/22-11/14Falcon Theatre Presents TEA AT FIVE, 10/22-11/14
by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2010

The Falcon Theatre presents the hit one-woman show TEA AT FIVE, written by Matthew Lombardo and directed by Jenny Sullivan, the second production in its 2010-2011 Subscription Season. This gracefully funny and heartwarming tale stars Stephanie Zimbalist (Remington Steele) as legendary actress Katharine Hepburn. (more...)

Rogue Machine Presents MILKMILKLEMONADE, Runs Through 10/10Rogue Machine Presents MILKMILKLEMONADE, Runs Through 10/10
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2010

Rogue Machine's ‘Off the Clock' series launches its first 2010 season show into prime time to accommodate audience demand. (more...)

Photo Coverage: First Night Nashville Theatre Honors, THE SHOWPhoto Coverage: First Night Nashville Theatre Honors, THE SHOW
by Jeffrey Ellis - Sep 27, 2010

A cast of more than 125 performers took to the stage of the Troutt Theatre at Belmont University to fete the eight members of the 2010 Class of First Night Honorees in a production that featured the best of the best of Nashville theater and included a surprise appearance by Joseph Mahowald, winner of a 1989 First Night Award, now playing the role of Franklin Hart Jr. in the national tour of 9 to 5: The Musical, which opened in Nashville at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, September 21. (more...)

Rogue Machine Presents YARD SALE SIGNS, 9/25Rogue Machine Presents YARD SALE SIGNS, 9/25
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2010

A comedy about mothers, daughters, and other things that imply some sort of responsibility. A shopping trip where characters find themselves examining much more than their fashion choices. With an absurdist edge, this sometimes ruthless journey throws light on the stuff that we all accumulate as we move through life...and the rather circuitous paths we follow to convince ourselves we're rid of it. (more...)

Excitement Grows for First Night Nashville Theatre Honors, 9/19Excitement Grows for First Night Nashville Theatre Honors, 9/19
by BWW News Desk - Sep 19, 2010

As Nashville's summer theater season continues to heat up, anticipation continues to grow for September's First Night Nashville Theatre Honors, the revival of the Music City theater gala that will benefit Reading is Fundamental (RIF) and sponsored by Macy's and BroadwayWorld.com. Set for Sunday, September 19, at Belmont University's Troutt Theatre, First Night 2010 will honor eight individuals for their sustained and continued commitment to theater in Nashville. (more...)

Rogue Machine Presents YARD SALE SIGNS, 9/25Rogue Machine Presents YARD SALE SIGNS, 9/25
by BWW News Desk - Sep 10, 2010

A comedy about mothers, daughters, and other things that imply some sort of responsibility. A shopping trip where characters find themselves examining much more than their fashion choices. With an absurdist edge, this sometimes ruthless journey throws light on the stuff that we all accumulate as we move through life...and the rather circuitous paths we follow to convince ourselves we're rid of it. (more...)

Falcon Theatre Presents TEA AT FIVE, 10/22-11/14Falcon Theatre Presents TEA AT FIVE, 10/22-11/14
by BWW News Desk - Oct 22, 2010

The Falcon Theatre presents the hit one-woman show TEA AT FIVE, written by Matthew Lombardo and directed by Jenny Sullivan, the second production in its 2010-2011 Subscription Season. This gracefully funny and heartwarming tale stars Stephanie Zimbalist (Remington Steele) as legendary actress Katharine Hepburn. (more...)

Rogue Machine Presents MILKMILKLEMONADE, Runs Through 10/10Rogue Machine Presents MILKMILKLEMONADE, Runs Through 10/10
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2010

Rogue Machine's ‘Off the Clock' series launches its first 2010 season show into prime time to accommodate audience demand. (more...)

Falcon Theatre Presents TEA AT FIVE, 10/22-11/14Falcon Theatre Presents TEA AT FIVE, 10/22-11/14
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2010

The Falcon Theatre presents the hit one-woman show TEA AT FIVE, written by Matthew Lombardo and directed by Jenny Sullivan, the second production in its 2010-2011 Subscription Season. This gracefully funny and heartwarming tale stars Stephanie Zimbalist (Remington Steele) as legendary actress Katharine Hepburn. (more...)

Actors Bridge Ensemble Stages Nashville Premiere of VINCENT IN BRIXTONActors Bridge Ensemble Stages Nashville Premiere of VINCENT IN BRIXTON
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 8, 2010

Wright's play focuses on the time that Vincent Van Gogh spent in London and Brixton in the 1870s - a period before he drew his first sketch and one that changed him completely. The play depicts Van Gogh as a young man, someone full of life yet struggling to find his way and to walk the artist's path. Vincent develops a rapport with a widow twice his age, which blossoms into a full-blown love affair, only to be cruelly curtailed by the arrival of his fiercely puritan younger sister. (more...)

Cleveland Play House Closes BILL W AND DR. BOB, 5/2Cleveland Play House Closes BILL W AND DR. BOB, 5/2
by BWW News Desk - May 2, 2010

The Midwest premiere of Bill W. and Dr. Bob is an inspirational, gripping and timely story about the men and their wives whose relationships pioneered the beginning of Alcoholics Anonymous and the creation of Al-Anon. The production will close May 2nd. (more...)

BWW Reviews: VINCENT IN BRIXTON from Actors Bridge EnsembleBWW Reviews: VINCENT IN BRIXTON from Actors Bridge Ensemble
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 18, 2010

One of this season's most beautifully acted productions, Vincent In Brixton is moving and emotional, funny and evocative. Thanks to Feehely's wealth of experience and his discerning eye, it is a lively affair, completely engaging the audience in the tale being told onstage. By turns immensely entertaining and thoroughly inspiring, Vincent In Brixton is also heart-wrenching in its candor and honesty and the multi-layered performances of Feehely's talented cast only gives the play deeper meaning and resonance. (more...)

Rubicon Theatre Co Continues Season With CRIMES OF THE HEART, Concludes 5/16Rubicon Theatre Co Continues Season With CRIMES OF THE HEART, Concludes 5/16
by BWW News Desk - May 16, 2010

Rubicon Theatre Company continues its 2009-2010 Season with a revival of BETH HENLEY's Pulitzer Prize-winning play CRIMES OF THE HEART. Set in Mississippi in 1974 (five years after Hurricane Camille), this sweet, sexy comedy follows the travails of the three Magrath sisters, who come together at the family home in Hazelhurst when the youngest Babe is charged with shooting her husband 'cause she didn't like his looks.' (more...)

Actors Bridge Ensemble Stages Nashville Premiere of VINCENT IN BRIXTONActors Bridge Ensemble Stages Nashville Premiere of VINCENT IN BRIXTON
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2010

Wright's play focuses on the time that Vincent Van Gogh spent in London and Brixton in the 1870s - a period before he drew his first sketch and one that changed him completely. The play depicts Van Gogh as a young man, someone full of life yet struggling to find his way and to walk the artist's path. Vincent develops a rapport with a widow twice his age, which blossoms into a full-blown love affair, only to be cruelly curtailed by the arrival of his fiercely puritan younger sister. (more...)

Production of Bizet's Carmen Premieres on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the MetProduction of Bizet's Carmen Premieres on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the Met
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2010

Richard Eyre, the renowned British director of theater and film, explores the passionate drama of Bizet's Carmen and the power of her desires in his new production at the Metropolitan Opera, which premieres on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the Met series. 'Her sexuality is a life force, it's a defining force,' he explains. (more...)

BroadwayWorld.com's On This Day - March 6, 2010BroadwayWorld.com's On This Day - March 6, 2010
by - Mar 6, 2010

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 6 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events! (more...)

North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents KING O' THE MOON, Previews 4/13North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents KING O' THE MOON, Previews 4/13
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2011

North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents: The Sequel to Over the Tavern King O' the Moon By Tom Dudzick Directed by Matt Thompson (more...)

Cleveland Play House Produces BILL W AND DR. BOB, Opens 4/9Cleveland Play House Produces BILL W AND DR. BOB, Opens 4/9
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2011

Making its Midwest premiere in the birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill W. and Dr. Bob is an inspirational, gripping and timely story about the men and their wives whose relationships pioneered the beginning of Alcoholics Anonymous and the creation of Al-Anon. (more...)

Cleveland Play House Produces BILL W AND DR. BOB, Opens 4/9Cleveland Play House Produces BILL W AND DR. BOB, Opens 4/9
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2010

Making its Midwest premiere in the birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill W. and Dr. Bob is an inspirational, gripping and timely story about the men and their wives whose relationships pioneered the beginning of Alcoholics Anonymous and the creation of Al-Anon. (more...)

Asolo Rep Presents MANAGING MAXINEAsolo Rep Presents MANAGING MAXINE
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2010

Asolo Rep announces additional casting for award-winning Managing Maxine, Janece Shaffer's new play that takes a straight forward look at sex, love and life after 70. The cast features Howard Elfman as Louis, the role he originated last season in the world premiere of Managing Maxine at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta. (more...)

Publick Theatre Boston Presents ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE, 3/11-4/3Publick Theatre Boston Presents ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE, 3/11-4/3
by BWW News Desk - Mar 11, 2010

Publick Theatre Boston presents Joe Orton's timeless, dark comedy Entertaining Mr. Sloane March 11 through April 3, 2010 at the Plaza Theatre at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street in Boston's South End. Performances are Wednesdays at 7:30pm, Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays at 8:00 pm, Saturdays at 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm and Sundays at 3:00pm. Tickets: $33.00 - $37.50. (SPECIAL PERFORMANCE NOTES: Preview Performances March 11 -14 - All Tickets $20. Press Performance is Sunday March 14 at 3pm. Pay What You Can performance is Saturday March 20 at 3pm.) For tickets contact the BostonTheatreScene.com box office at (617) 933-8600 or order online at www.bostontheatrescene.com. (more...)

San Jose Repertory Theatre Presents SONIA FLEW 5/8-6/6San Jose Repertory Theatre Presents SONIA FLEW 5/8-6/6
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2010

San Jose Repertory Theatre concludes the 2009-2010 season with the poetic Cuban American story, Sonia Flew, penned by Elliot Norton and Kennedy Center Charlotte Woolard Award-winner, Melinda Lopez. Directed by Richard Seer, Sonia Flew is a powerful portrayal of a Cuban family profoundly changed by political forces that brings to question: What is owed to one's children, parents and country. (more...)

Rogue Machine Presents World Premiere Of Sater's NEW YORK ANIMALS 6/26-8/8Rogue Machine Presents World Premiere Of Sater's NEW YORK ANIMALS 6/26-8/8
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2010

Multi award winning playwright/lyricist Steven Sater has chosen LA's Rogue Machine to present the World premiere of his play New York Animals. (more...)

Excitement Grows for First Night Nashville Theatre Honors, 9/19Excitement Grows for First Night Nashville Theatre Honors, 9/19
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 22, 2010

As Nashville's summer theater season continues to heat up, anticipation continues to grow for September's First Night Nashville Theatre Honors, the revival of the Music City theater gala that will benefit Reading is Fundamental (RIF) and sponsored by Macy's and BroadwayWorld.com. Set for Sunday, September 19, at Belmont University's Troutt Theatre, First Night 2010 will honor eight individuals for their sustained and continued commitment to theater in Nashville. (more...)

Rogue Machine Presents World Premiere Of Sater's NEW YORK ANIMALS 6/26-8/8Rogue Machine Presents World Premiere Of Sater's NEW YORK ANIMALS 6/26-8/8
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2010

Multi award winning playwright/lyricist Steven Sater has chosen LA's Rogue Machine to present the World premiere of his play New York Animals. (more...)

Rogue Machine Presents NEW YORK ANIMALSRogue Machine Presents NEW YORK ANIMALS
by BWW News Desk - Jun 1, 2010

Multi award winning playwright/lyricist Steven Sater has chosen LA's Rogue Machine to present the World premiere of his play NEW YORK ANIMALS. Casting has been finalized. (more...)

First Night's Top Ten of 2010: Nashville's Best DirectorsFirst Night's Top Ten of 2010: Nashville's Best Directors
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 17, 2011

If theater audiences in Nashville and Middle Tennessee owe a huge debt of gratitude to the directors who helm the year's finest productions, you can only imagine how the actors lucky enough to work with those insightful, creative men and women must be! The Top Ten Directors of 2010 have resumes anyone would be proud to claim as their own and when you consider that they - year after year - excel at what they do, then you cannot help but be impressed by the breadth and depth of their abilities. Frankly, it boggles the mind. These are Nashville's best directors of 2010... (more...)

First Night's Top Ten of 2010: Nashville's Best Actresses in a PlayFirst Night's Top Ten of 2010: Nashville's Best Actresses in a Play
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 15, 2011

Mining the depths and heights of their own life experiences to bring to life onstage a plethora of challening and compelling characters, dramatic actresses in Nashville were at the pinnacle of their talents in 2010. Thoroughly captivating their audiences night after night, they put their tremendous talents on display with no-holds-barred performances that have raised the bar for actresses who follow in their wake in the coming seasons. And these ten women gave what we considered to be the most noteworthy performances of the 2010 season... (more...)

First Night's Top Ten of 2010: Nashville's Best Actors in a PlayFirst Night's Top Ten of 2010: Nashville's Best Actors in a Play
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 14, 2011

Nashville actors displayed an astonishing range in 2010, playing some of the most coveted roles in theater with imagination and creativity and exhibiting new stage personas for characters making their initial debuts in new, original works. It was a memorable year, to say the least, and Nashville men stepped up to the plate with vigor and conviction, showing greater promise for the new season now under way in 2011. These ten actors led the way for their peers during the season just past and we're proud to recognize their onstage achievements... (more...)

First Night's Top Ten of 2010: Nashville's Best PlaysFirst Night's Top Ten of 2010: Nashville's Best Plays
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 13, 2011

Nashville theater audiences were treated to a wide range of dramatic offerings in 2010, with the revival of some of the best-known American plays of the past half-century, along with productions of some amazing original works by a group of talented homegrown playwrights, whose subjects ranged from what goes on in the intimate confines of the ladies' room to a murder mystery comedy with a film noir ambience. Clearly, if 2010 is any indication, the new 2011 season now under way is going to be filled with even more surprises and delights. (more...)

Nashville Theater Parties Hardy for BroadwayWorld.com Nashville AwardsNashville Theater Parties Hardy for BroadwayWorld.com Nashville Awards
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 10, 2011

Despite portentous warnings of an approaching snowmageddon across the South, more than 150 members of the Nashville and Middle Tennessee theater community gathered at Street Theatre Company in Nashville Sunday night, January 9, for the announcement of the BroadwayWorld.com Nashville Theatre Award winners and the presentation of First Night's Top Ten of Twenty-Ten. (more...)

Studio Tenn's GLASS MENAGERIE opens 2/18 with Pasto-Crosby, Sikes and MaddoxStudio Tenn's GLASS MENAGERIE opens 2/18 with Pasto-Crosby, Sikes and Maddox
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 8, 2011

Nashville's Studio Tenn theatre company concludes its inaugural season with Tennessee Williams' classic play The Glass Menagerie, running February 17-27 at Belmont University's Black Box Theatre. Williams' play is an award-winning portrayal of a disintegrating family during the depression and is the play that introduced him as one of the preeminent American playwrights of the 20th century. (more...)

Studio Tenn's GLASS MENAGERIE Closes 2/27 with Pasto-Crosby, Sikes and MaddoxStudio Tenn's GLASS MENAGERIE Closes 2/27 with Pasto-Crosby, Sikes and Maddox
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 27, 2011

Nashville's Studio Tenn theatre company concludes its inaugural season with Tennessee Williams' classic play The Glass Menagerie, closing February 27 at Belmont University's Black Box Theatre. Williams' play is an award-winning portrayal of a disintegrating family during the depression and is the play that introduced him as one of the preeminent American Playwrights of the 20th century. (more...)

Asolo Rep Presents MANAGING MAXINEAsolo Rep Presents MANAGING MAXINE
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2010

Asolo Rep announces additional casting for award-winning Managing Maxine, Janece Shaffer's new play that takes a straight forward look at sex, love and life after 70. The cast features Howard Elfman as Louis, the role he originated last season in the world premiere of Managing Maxine at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta. (more...)

Michael Ball, Imelda Staunton, et al. Join Chichester Festival Theatre's 2011 SeasonMichael Ball, Imelda Staunton, et al. Join Chichester Festival Theatre's 2011 Season
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2011

At the heart of the sixth season from Artistic Director Jonathan Church and Executive Director Alan Finch will be 'a Festival within a Festival' celebrating the achievements of playwright Terence Rattigan in the centenary year of his birth. (more...)

Studio Tenn's GLASS MENAGERIE opens 2/18 with Pasto-Crosby, Sikes and MaddoxStudio Tenn's GLASS MENAGERIE opens 2/18 with Pasto-Crosby, Sikes and Maddox
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 17, 2011

Nashville's Studio Tenn theatre company concludes its inaugural season with Tennessee Williams' classic play The Glass Menagerie, running February 17-27 at Belmont University's Black Box Theatre. Williams' play is an award-winning portrayal of a disintegrating family during the depression and is the play that introduced him as one of the preeminent American playwrights of the 20th century. (more...)

SHREK Comes To Devos Performance Hall 6/21-26SHREK Comes To Devos Performance Hall 6/21-26
by BWW News Desk - Feb 1, 2011

DreamWorks Theatricals and Neal Street Productions, Ltd. are pleased to announce that SHREK THE MUSICAL with book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire and music by Jeanine Tesori, directed by Jason Moore and Rob Ashford, will play DeVos Performance Hall, for one week only, June 21-26, 2011. (more...)

Rogue Machine Presents World Premiere Of Sater's NEW YORK ANIMALS 6/26-8/8Rogue Machine Presents World Premiere Of Sater's NEW YORK ANIMALS 6/26-8/8
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2010

Multi award winning playwright/lyricist Steven Sater has chosen LA's Rogue Machine to present the World premiere of his play New York Animals. (more...)

MILKMILKLEMONADE Extends At Rogue Machine Theater Thru 8/28MILKMILKLEMONADE Extends At Rogue Machine Theater Thru 8/28
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2010

Rogue Machine's ‘Off the Clock' late night series launched its first 2010 season show last month and will now extend the performance schedule to accommodate audience demand. (more...)

MILKMILKLEMONADE Extends At Rogue Machine Theater Thru 8/28MILKMILKLEMONADE Extends At Rogue Machine Theater Thru 8/28
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2010

Rogue Machine's ‘Off the Clock' late night series launched its first 2010 season show last month and will now extend the performance schedule to accommodate audience demand. (more...)

Cleveland Play House Produces BILL W AND DR. BOB, Opens 4/9Cleveland Play House Produces BILL W AND DR. BOB, Opens 4/9
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2011

Making its Midwest premiere in the birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill W. and Dr. Bob is an inspirational, gripping and timely story about the men and their wives whose relationships pioneered the beginning of Alcoholics Anonymous and the creation of Al-Anon. (more...)

Cleveland Play House Produces BILL W AND DR. BOB, Opens 4/9Cleveland Play House Produces BILL W AND DR. BOB, Opens 4/9
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2010

Making its Midwest premiere in the birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill W. and Dr. Bob is an inspirational, gripping and timely story about the men and their wives whose relationships pioneered the beginning of Alcoholics Anonymous and the creation of Al-Anon. (more...)

Publick Theatre Boston's ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE Closes 4/3Publick Theatre Boston's ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE Closes 4/3
by BWW News Desk - Apr 3, 2010

Publick Theatre Boston presents Joe Orton's timeless, dark comedy Entertaining Mr. Sloane March 11 through April 3, 2010 at the Plaza Theatre at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street in Boston's South End. (more...)

San Jose Repertory Theatre Presents SONIA FLEW 5/8-6/6San Jose Repertory Theatre Presents SONIA FLEW 5/8-6/6
by BWW News Desk - Apr 27, 2010

San Jose Repertory Theatre concludes the 2009-2010 season with the poetic Cuban American story, Sonia Flew, penned by Elliot Norton and Kennedy Center Charlotte Woolard Award-winner, Melinda Lopez. Directed by Richard Seer, Sonia Flew is a powerful portrayal of a Cuban family profoundly changed by political forces that brings to question: What is owed to one's children, parents and country. (more...)

Rubicon Theatre Co Continues Season With CRIMES OF THE HEART, Opens April 24Rubicon Theatre Co Continues Season With CRIMES OF THE HEART, Opens April 24
by BWW News Desk - Apr 24, 2010

Rubicon Theatre Company continues its 2009-2010 Season with a revival of BETH HENLEY's Pulitzer Prize-winning play CRIMES OF THE HEART. Set in Mississippi in 1974 (five years after Hurricane Camille), this sweet, sexy comedy follows the travails of the three Magrath sisters, who come together at the family home in Hazelhurst when the youngest Babe is charged with shooting her husband 'cause she didn't like his looks.' (more...)

Production of Bizet's Carmen Premieres on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the MetProduction of Bizet's Carmen Premieres on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the Met
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2010

Richard Eyre, the renowned British director of theater and film, explores the passionate drama of Bizet's Carmen and the power of her desires in his new production at the Metropolitan Opera, which premieres on THIRTEEN'S Great Performances at the Met series. 'Her sexuality is a life force, it's a defining force,' he explains. (more...)

Rubicon Theatre Co Continues Season With CRIMES OF THE HEART, Previews 4/21-23Rubicon Theatre Co Continues Season With CRIMES OF THE HEART, Previews 4/21-23
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2010

Rubicon Theatre Company continues its 2009-2010 Season with a revival of BETH HENLEY's Pulitzer Prize-winning play CRIMES OF THE HEART. Set in Mississippi in 1974 (five years after Hurricane Camille), this sweet, sexy comedy follows the travails of the three Magrath sisters, who come together at the family home in Hazelhurst when the youngest Babe is charged with shooting her husband 'cause she didn't like his looks.' (more...)

Rubicon Theatre Co Continues Season With CRIMES OF THE HEART, Previews 4/21-23Rubicon Theatre Co Continues Season With CRIMES OF THE HEART, Previews 4/21-23
by BWW News Desk - Apr 2, 2010

Rubicon Theatre Company continues its 2009-2010 Season with a revival of BETH HENLEY's Pulitzer Prize-winning play CRIMES OF THE HEART. Set in Mississippi in 1974 (five years after Hurricane Camille), this sweet, sexy comedy follows the travails of the three Magrath sisters, who come together at the family home in Hazelhurst when the youngest Babe is charged with shooting her husband 'cause she didn't like his looks.' (more...)

North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents KING O' THE MOON, Previews 4/13North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents KING O' THE MOON, Previews 4/13
by BWW News Desk - Apr 13, 2011

North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents: The Sequel to Over the Tavern King O' the Moon By Tom Dudzick Directed by Matt Thompson (more...)

The Rep Announces New Associate Artistic DirectorThe Rep Announces New Associate Artistic Director
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2010

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (The Rep) is pleased to announce that after a long national search, Seth Gordon has been selected to fill the vacant position of associate artistic director. (more...)

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