Playwright David West Read is the master of “foul papers.” His plays neither smell bad nor are about immorality; he…
When Chautauqua Theater Company conservatory actors Audrey Corsa and Keren Lugo were cast in the season’s second New Play Workshop, Afterlove, opening at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Bratton Theater, they had no idea what they were getting themselves into.
Ethan McSweeny directs this week’s New Play Workshop, The Guadalupe. The first show is 8 p.m. Thursday in Bratton Theater.
According to Heidi Armbruster, writing a love letter to your father is “complicated.”
This week marks the beginning of a substantial undertaking for Chautauqua Theater Company.
The New Play Workshop at Chautauqua Institution has evolved in recent years so that it’s no longer an addition to the Chautauqua Theater Company’s programming, but one of CTC’s central and consistent operations.
Similar to HGTV’s series “Design on a Dime,” four of Chautauqua Theater Company’s design fellows have limited resources to pull from in order to design a (somewhat) complete set.
There is a little piece of everyone’s hometown nestled into Kait Kerrigan’s ‘Transit.’
No matter when a play was written, how many adaptations there have been or how many people have taken on a certain role, there is still something exciting about putting on the skin of a character for the first time.
Even before Sarah Rasmussen had ever seen a play, she knew she would be a director. As young child, she thought, “How hard can it be?”