It Ain’t Easy Being a Founder, Director, Treasurer, Official Greeter, Artistic Director, and Ticket Seller for a Small Startup Theater in the Middle of Baltimore in the Middle of a Recession: An Interview With the Strand’s Jayme Kilburn.
Archives for October 21, 2011
Denise Duncan, a new voice from Costa Rica, knows the issues of immigration first-hand. Her play, Latinas, premiering in Teatro de la Luna’s International Festival of Hispanic Theater, is about the frustrations and anguish that immigrants in the Spanish-speaking world face when trying to get citizenship in a foreign country.
O, Mabou Mines, what hath though wrought? Or – overwrought? Anyone who saw how the brilliant Mabou Mines production of Peter & Wendy at Arena Stage four years ago explored the melancholy roots of the Peter Pan story would have a right to expect that this production would open up Henrik Ibsen’s 132-year-old play, and […]
Relatively Speaking is the collective title for three one act plays by three who usually turn their talents toward the screen. Ethan Coen, Elaine May and Woody Allen are three stagestruck screenwriters who drop in on us in theatre every now and then and bring their acerbit wit along with them.
The Shakespeare Theatre Company today announced that noted stage and screen actor Kevin Kline will join Company Artistic Director Michael Kahn for a conversation in front of an audience at the Sidney Harmon Hall on November 28. Tickets start at $35.