The time is now for the indelicate “Hand to God,” which fits nicely with Dad’s Garage’s vibe — and don’t say you haven’t been warned.
Mike Schleifer, who gets bumped up from general manager to managing director, has been with the company since March 2014.
“King Lear.” “A Trip to Bountiful.” “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” These are plays you don’t do unless you have your leads locked in. So, for her “Cuckoo,” the Alliance Theatre’s Susan V. Booth locked in Neal A. Ghant and Tess Malis Kincaid and surrounded them with many of the city’s best character actors.
The Collision Project began 13 years ago at the Alliance Theatre to give teens an “ownership-authorship relationship” with theater as opposed to the “sit-there-and-watch it” role.
The Alliance Theatre has extended the run of “What I Learned in Paris,” a romantic comedy by Pearl Cleage.