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20 June, 2018

A Statement from APT about "Blood Knot" Casting

18 June, 2018

Five things to watch for in APT's 2018 Season

Five things to watch for in APT's 2018 Season
By Aaron R. Conklin for Madison Magazine | June 15, 2018
18 June, 2018

In pastoral comedy ‘As You Like It,” APT stages tangled tongues and trees

In pastoral comedy ‘As You Like It,” APT stages tangled tongues and trees
By Lindsay Christian for The Cap Times | June 18, 2018
14 June, 2018

American Players settles in for second season on new stage: This summer, it feels like home

American Players settles in for second season on new stage: This summer, it feels like home
By Lawrence B. Johnson for Chicago on the Aisle | June 12, 2018
7 June, 2018

A few good women: In 2018, American Players Theatre grapples with gender in the classics

A few good women: In 2018, American Players Theatre grapples with gender in the classics
Lindsay Christians of The Capital Times, June 5, 2018
6 June, 2018

Former teen immigrant from Argentina now a Shakespeare star in Wisconsin

Former teen immigrant from Argentina now a Shakespeare star in Wisconsin
Mike Fischer, Special to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. June 6, 2018 | Core Company member Melisa Pereyra and Artistic Director Brenda DeVita discuss Melisa's journey to APT with Mike Fischer for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
25 May, 2018

Women Toppling Patriarchy is a Recurring Theme in American Players Theatre Season

Women Toppling Patriarchy is a Recurring Theme in American Players Theatre Season
By Mike Fischer for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
17 May, 2018

15 Summer Theater Festivals, From Stratford to Williamstown

15 Summer Theater Festivals, From Stratford to Williamstown
By Steven McElroy, The New York Times
17 May, 2018

On the Hill at APT: Measure for Measure

American Players Theatre Artistic Director Brenda DeVita offers a glimpse into the 2018 plays on the Hill and discusses how Measure for Measure proves just how relevant Shakespeare still is today.
17 May, 2018

Three on the Aisle: You’ve Got Questions? We Have Answers!

Twice a month, critics Terry Teachout of The Wall Street Journal; Elisabeth Vincentelli, contributor to The New York Times, The Village Voice, and The New Yorker; and Peter Marks of the Washington Post get together for a podcast conversation on major and minor issues brewing in the nation’s theatres.