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Leah Marché

Leah Marché

I write. I read. I learn. I perform. I share. I advocate. I smile, laugh, cry, get mad. I talk to myself. I love. I dream. I wake up... ready for the world.

There’s a disorder known as “theatre withdrawal.” It’s that harrowing feeling theatre show participants get when the play is over and there are no more rehearsals, no more performances, no more bonding with …

Ngozichukwuka Anyanwu and Marlow Wyatt are among 10 finalists announced for the inaugural HUMANITAS/CTG Playwriting Prize by Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles’ leading nonprofit theatre company. More than 200 play submissions (which took place …

I totally understand why Mary J. Blige – who was cast as Evilene, the Wicked Witch of the West, in the Dec. 3 performance of The Wiz Live! – would love to see her life …

He was born on a slave ship in 1729. After his mother died and his father committed suicide to avoid living as a slave, Charles “Sancho” Ignatius found his home in England. Though …

New York City Center continues its work of “bringing the backstage center stage” with City Center Encores! Unscripted. Partnering with The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC, City Center presents a new …