Southern Theatre

Southern Theatre, Vol. 61, Issue 1:

Featured Stories

The Piano Man

An Interview with SETC Accompanist Jose Simbulan

by Richard St. Peter

The TD Drought

Opportunities and Industry Challenges

by J.K. Curry

Should You Join a Union?

Explore When, Why, Which and If One Is Right For You

by Stefanie Maiya Lehmann

From High School to College

Be Ready for the First Day of Class

by Matthew Miller

About Southern Theatre Magazine

Published quarterly, Southern Theatre magazine spotlights people, places and organizations within the region that are paving new paths in theatre. Readers discover low-cost strategies for design success, get tips on hot markets for playwrights, uncover new books of special interest, get the inside track on new trends and meet some of the region’s up-and-coming theatre stars.


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