The 9th Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, "Tennessee Williams' Circle of Friends," features humor, love, disappointment and healing that springs from friendships.
Marja-Lewis Ryan stages her tragic play about a middle-America family torn apart when a teenager accidentally shoots and kills his beloved younger brother.
Jonathan Moscone directs George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" at Cal Shakes, rounding the corner and heading for the homestretch on this season.
Under the assured direction of veteran choreographer and film director Adam Shankman, a winning and young cast brings to life the classic musical of love, war, and a little MaryJane.
In a few years, Jeremy Jordan has emerged as one of the Broadway musical's rising stars. National audiences, though, recognize him from "Smash," the cult NBC series. This month he's starring in a new musical, "Finding Neverland," en route to Broadway.
Alan Bowne's intense drama "Beirut" takes place during a time when a new deadly virus has made its way into mainstream America. Those infected are literally branded with the letter "P" for positive and quarantined.
Zach Moos knows when he has a hit on his hands -- such as "Lipstick & Lashes," a dinner and drag extravaganza that by all accounts is a smash.