theater company


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Noun1.theater company - a company that produces playstheater company - a company that produces plays  
troupe, company - organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical); "the traveling company all stayed at the same hotel"
repertory company, stock company - a theatrical company that performs plays from a repertoire
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Scott once again proudly supports The Latino Theater Company operating the Los Angeles Theatre Center.
For the second time, the American Theatre Wing has awarded a $10,000 National Theatre Company Grant to Boise Contemporary Theater, the area's year-round professional regional theater company.
* In July Mimi O'Donnell stepped down as artistic director of New York City's Labyrinth Theater Company, a post she held since 2013.
Sharing 10 nominations each are Red Turnip Theater's production of Nina Raine's 'Tribes,' a play about a young deaf man and his unconventional family; and Full House Theater Company's production of the Broadway musical 'Annie.' (Full House is the resident theater company of Resorts World Manila.)
Plans for the Merrimack Repertory Theatre of Lowell to bring a full-time professional, resident theater company to Worcester have been put on hold following the resignation of the theater's executive director, Steven Leon, because of health reasons, according to MRT publicist Dan Berube.
"Every theater company hopes to one day secure a permanent performance venue, but organizational readiness is essential when undertaking such a costly and demanding endeavor," said Paul Wolf of Denham Wolf.
A LAByrinth Theater Company presentation, in association with the Elephant Theater Company, of a play in one act written and performed by Carlo Alban.
A seventh theater company may be added later to take ``Macbeth'' to military bases in the United States.
In 1993, Landry founded a sketch comedy improv theater company, "Oui Be Negroes," because she wanted to work with other blacks on shows based on black political and social issues.
Why is there only one black theater company with a budget that annually exceeds as $2 million?

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