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New musical tells gospel singer
Bebe Winans’ life story at Alliance

Atlanta Journal Constitution
Melissa Ruggieri

Winans and sister CeCe Winans (portrayed by their nephew Juan and niece Deborah Joy) vaulted to stardom after a pivotal four-year stint in the 1980s on “The PTL Club,” shepherded by Bakker and his flamboyantly decorated wife, Tammy Faye – a fact that many fans of the musical family don’t know or have forgotten…Read more

“Born for This” – Audience reactions

Remembering Vincent

Our friend and colleague Vincent Hill passed away on May 1, 2016. If you have seen almost any Arena Stage show in recent years, then you have seen his outstanding work as our Wig, Hair and Makeup Supervisor. Everyone who knew him, had the privilege to work with him, or were blessed enough to call him a friend will miss him terribly. Vincent was an important part of the Arena family whose kindness, caring attention, and talent as an artist and performer were at the core of what makes Arena what it is.

Vincent’s life will be celebrated by family, friends and colleagues with a memorial service at the Mead Center for American Theater on Monday, June 27, 2016 in the Fichandler Stage. The service begins at 7:30 p.m., with doors opening at 7:00 p.m. The service is open to the public and all are welcome.

Remembering Vincent Hill

Molly Smith and Sue White: An Uncommon Bond

SDC Journal
Mark Bly

Arena Stage Artistic Director Molly Smith and her long-time stage management collaborator, Sue White, have worked together for nearly two decades on classics, new plays and musicals. During that time, they have evolved as artists and helped Arena Stage become a preeminent theatre for the development of new American plays and the support of American playwrights… Read more

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Behind the Scenes at Arena Stage

For a glimpse behind the scenes at Arena Stage, make sure to check out our blog–Stage Banter! Written and curated by Arena Stage artists, Stage Banter is a one stop destination for interesting tidbits. From in-depth articles about upcoming productions to one-on-one interviews, Stage Banter has it all.

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