SEPT. '16: Due to an editing error, "Preemption, or How Times Change" stated that Teresa Eyring traveled to North Carolina before HB2 was passed. The visit actually occurred after the law's adoption.
In "Role Call," Steph Smith was incorrectly referred to as a woman. Smith is a man. And "Earbud Playhouse" misstated that Adobe Audition is a free program. In fact it costs $19.99 a month, though first-time users of Adobe Creative Cloud can download a free trial of the application.
OCT. '16: In "A Five-Ring Circus," David M. Barber was not credited for his scenic design of The Wedding Gift and 20th Century Blues. In "Let It Rep," Julia Rodriguez-Elliott and Geoff Elliott's last names were misspelled. In "The New Play's the Thing," the season preview survey, Martine Kei Green-Rogers's first name was misspelled. And in the season preview listing for Curious Theatre Company in Denver, Constellations was incorrectly attributed to Quiara Alegria Hudes; it's written by Nick Payne. For the company's fall season, please see Theatre Profiles on tcg.org.
NOV. '16: In "So Next Level," Rebecca Daniels, one of the founding members of Portland, Ore.'s Artists Repertory Theatre, was incorrectly identified as Rebecca White. And in "Prince's Theatre," the photo from The Phantom of the Opera features Davis Gaines, not Michael Crawford.