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Wall Street Journal: Diane Paulus Has Seen the Future of Theater
The artistic director of the American Repertory Theater thinks theater should be more like a rock concert.
From Cambridge to Broadway: Cranston and 'All the Way' net Tony Awards
“All the Way,” a play by Robert Schenkkan that the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge staged last fall, went on to Broadway and last night scooped up Tony awards for best play and for actor Bryan Cranston, who portrayed President Lyndon Baines Johnson and his efforts to convince Congress to enact the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
American Repertory Theater Announces the 2014/15 Season: FINDING NEVERLAND • O.P.C. • FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS (PARTS 1, 2, & 3) • AN APOCALYPTIC VAUDEVILLE • A NEW AMERICAN OPERA • THE LIGHT PRINCESS
Subscriptions for the 2014/15 Season will go on sale April 25 along with select preview performances of Finding Neverland. Subscribers get the best seats at the best prices, with packages starting as low as $99.