CHICAGO – “The Show Will Go On! A Youth Benefit Concert to Support Chicago Theatres” presents a musical theatre experience via YouTube Live on Sunday, August 9, 2020, at 6:00pm CST. The Show Will Go On! promises to be an evening of joy featuring more than 60 of Chicagoland’s best young professional actors covering their
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CHICAGO — BoHo Theatre announces the appointment Sana Selemon as the company’s new Executive Director. Selemon has been part of the company since 2019, and first worked with BoHo as an actor in 110 IN THE SHADE in 2018 and most recently in BIG FISH. BoHo chose to prioritize on the search for a new
CHICAGO – Strawdog Theatre Company’s Board of Directors today announced Artistic Director Leda Hoffmann will step down effective August 15, 2020. Hoffmann, who joined the company in January 2019, has accepted a position as Artistic Director of CATCO in Columbus, Ohio. Ensemble member Kamille Dawkins will serve as the company’s Interim Artistic Director. Hoffmann will
Chicago – The Board of Directors of Pride Films and Plays has voted to bring new leadership to the company, effective immediately. Artistic Associate Donterrio Johnson will be elevated to the position of Artistic Director, with JD Caudill and Robert Ollis continuing on as Artistic Associates. David G. Zak will step down from the position
Chicago – As part of the annual recognition of theater excellence, the 47th Non-Equity Jeff Awards today announced honorees in 21 artistic and technical categories. Recipients included 27 theater artists whose work was featured at 14 theater companies during the 2019-2020 season. With respect for current times calling for reflection, conversation and action towards issues