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COZY WINTER FAVORITES
From heartwarming family drama to charming romantic comedy, these titles are sure to leave audiences feeling warm and fuzzy.
FROM THE UK
We Walk Into a Bank: Q&A with Roxy Cook
Follow playwright Roxy Cook into her play's fantastic world – a powerful portrayal of a country in crisis inspired by childhood fairytales.
FOR YOUR STAGE
Plays and Musicals with Great Roles for Black Men
Delve into a variety of plays and musicals featuring compelling and gutsy roles written specifically for Black actors.
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Where Women Go: Director Aimée Hayes Discusses Tina Howe’s Final Play
Aimée Hayes, Co-Artistic Director of The Tent Theater Company, discusses her world premiere production of Where Women Go, playwright Tina Howe’s final work for the stage, originally commissioned by Concord Theatricals.
Gal Pals: Shows About Female Friendship
From classmates to coworkers to fellow retirees, the gal pals in these plays and musicals represent a wide array of friendships between and among women.
How Black Mothers Say I Love You: A Conversation with Playwright Trey Anthony
How Black Mothers Say I Love You, Trey Anthony’s heartfelt examination of Black womanhood and family, explores identity, loss and mother/daughter relationships. We connected with the playwright to discuss her inspirations behind and within this powerful and touching play.
Remembering Chita Rivera
In a magnificent theatre career spanning over seven decades, Chita Rivera wowed Broadway audiences in show after show, always maintaining the highest level of craft and professionalism. Here’s a look at some highlights in the life of an indisputable Broadway icon.
Shows for Senior Actors
From navigating grandparenthood to enjoying retirement with the best of friends, these picks from Concord Theatricals highlight a slew of juicy roles for senior actors. Take a look below for a variety of plays and musicals featuring prime parts for performers in their later years.
Women Lead the Comedy in Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me a Soprano
Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me a Soprano matches his hit Lend Me a Tenor in its doses of comedy while offering a feast of complex comedic roles for female actors.