The beloved novelist wins her strength two generations of children — and adults. Discover it all over again on stage!
Kathryn Hunter-Williams, known affectionately around the building as “Kathy,” is set to make her directorial debut on the Paul Green Stage with Stick Fly by […]
For the 2021/2022 season, PlayMakers was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant for Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” outreach. The grant includes […]
Telling Stories with Lydia R Diamond Excerpts from a 2016 interview at The Interval. What is the first piece of storytelling that had a major […]
Bobbi Owen recently retired as the Michael R. McVaugh Distinguished Professor of Dramatic Art at UNC-Chapel Hill. Her list of professional accomplishments is long and […]
VIVIENNE BENESCH QUICK FACTS
HOMETOWN: New York City
FIRST SHOW: monologues from Moliere’s “The Miser” in French
FIRST PROFESSIONAL CREDIT: “The Skin of Our Teeth” at Chautauqua Theater Company
Q: How did you become a theatre person?
Meet the new members of our resident acting company/ joining us for “The Skin of Our Teeth” and the next three years. No need to hold your applause!
By John Glore, South Coast Repertory. Playwright Dipika Guha rolls out her mat to find the funny at the intersection of traditional yoga and modern yogi culture.
More than just a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, this 20th-century Renaissance man seemed to excel at everything he put his hand to, from language to lyrics to military intelligence.