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Humana Festival Another Opinion

Report by California Correspondent

By: Jack Lyons - 04/24/2014
Report by California CorrespondentThe American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA) attended the recent Humana Theatre Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. We have posted coverage by Charles Giuliano. Now our California correspondent and ATCA member, Jack Lyons, contributes his take on the renowned festival.

Diane Paulus Named To The TIME 100

One of the 100 Most Influential People In the World

By: ART - 04/24/2014
One of the 100 Most Influential People In the World Diane Paulus, the American Repertory Theatre Artistic Director, received another major accolade as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World. Since joining the ART, she has added vibrancy and excitement to theatre both in Boston, nationally and worldwide.

2013-14 Outer Critics Circle Awards

Nominations for New York Theatre

By: Outer Circle - 04/22/2014
Nominations for New York TheatreCelebrating its 64th season of bestowing awards of excellence in the field of theater, the Outer Critics Circle is an association with members affiliated with more than ninety newspapers, magazines, websites, radio and television stations, and theatre publications in America and abroad. The winners of the following categories will be announced on Monday, May 12th and the annual awards ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 22nd (4PM) at the legendary Sardi’s Restaurant.

Williamstown Theatre Festival News

Casting and Special Event Added

By: WTF - 04/19/2014
Casting and Special Event AddedWilliamstown Theatre Festival has announced casting for their Main Stage productions, along with a several special events for their 2014 Summer Season. On the Main Stage: Festival veterans including Nate Corddry, Holley Fain, Christopher Fitzgerald and Nancy Opel join the cast of June Moon, directed by Jessica Stone (July 2- 13); Justin Long returns to Williamstown, joining Renee Fleming in the World Premiere of Living on Love (July 16 - 26), and theater veterans Judy Kuhn, Howard McGillin, festival favorite Roger Rees, and more join Chita Rivera in the John Doyle-directed production of The Visit, with choreography by Graciela Daniele (July 31 - August 17).

The Shape She Makes Work of Art At Oberon

A Spectacular Fusion of Movement and Dialogue

By: Mark Favermann - 04/19/2014
A Spectacular Fusion of Movement and DialogueBrilliantly conceived and performed by an ensemble of ten, this production is a fusion of movement and words in the world premiere of this theatrical hybrid. It explores the emotional and continual impact of childhood experiences on our adult lives. Here Quincy, a precocious 11-year old, seeks to understand what she’s inherited from her absent father and neglectful mother. It is a poignant dance of affecting drama. Superbly, it is like nothing else you have seen.

Reinventing I Remember Mama Off Broadway

A Brilliant Concept, a Brilliant Cast, an Astonishing Experience

By: Edward Rubin - 04/17/2014
A Brilliant Concept, a Brilliant Cast, an Astonishing ExperienceThe Transport Group Theatre’s New York production of I Remember Mama, the season’s truly “must see” and “run don’t walk” – it will be treading the boards at the Gym at Judson through April 20, and hopefully extended – granted all of my above wishes, judging from welling tears, breaths held, and the audible hosannas heard as they exited the theatre.

RED at San Diego Repertory Theatre

Riveting Drama About Artist Mark Rothko

By: Jack Lyons - 04/17/2014
Riveting Drama About Artist Mark RothkoThe hovering clouds of color by Mark Rothko are among the most absorbing and spiritual paintings of the Abstract Expressionist artists of the New York School. The Tony Award winning play Red, having a San Diego production, focuses on the emotional intensity of the artist in crisis. There is a compelling interaction with his assistant in a riveting drama of their give and take. John Vickery and Jason Maddy are powerful in their roles.

Anything Goes at Beef and Boards

Noel Coward Back Home in Indiana

By: Melissa Hall - 04/17/2014
Noel Coward Back Home in IndianaAnything Goes has been entertaining crowds for 80 years and is on stage now at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre. The show contains a selection of charming well-known songs, like “It’s De-Lovely” and “I Get a Kick Out of You,” by Indiana’s ownNoel Coward.

Broadway Across America in Indianapolis

2014-2015 Season Announced

By: Melissa Hall - 04/16/2014
2014-2015 Season AnnouncedBroadway Across America announces the 2014/15 Indianapolis program. Season tickets are now on sale.

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