I may be excused for presuming that, if you have a theater shelf, it already sports a copy of Steven Suskin’s book. Equal parts reliable reference book and entertainingly written opinionated history, your shelf may have the first edition from 1985 when it instantly became indispensable as the book to check for quick information on […]
Archives for January 31, 2012
This year’s National Society of Arts and Letters’ National Career Awards will be presented for Musical Theater. All performers, 18 to 29 years old who do not have a professional manager or agent, are invited to apply.
Last summer, for this column, I took a brief look at Baltimore’s Ten-Minute Play Festival, hosted by the UnSaddestFactory Theatre. The most mind-blowing feature of that weekend of occasionally brilliant controlled chaos was the audience. First, the audience was standing-room only. Many of the chairs were filled with members of Baltimore’s DIY community. [The acronym […]
Faction of Fools, DC’s Commedia dell’Arte theatre company, seeks a Costume Designer for Hamlecchino: Clown Prince of Denmark, running April 26 though May 19 at Gallaudet University.
The Theatre Lab, Washington’s largest theatre school, seeks part-time Technical Director for summer teen productions of Parade, Urinetown, and Off a Broken Road. Work with professional lighting designer and supervise a team of tech interns in 150-seat theatre space. June 18-Aug 11.