Bullying, Canada, the next generation, Chekhov, and a hardbody.
2 shows currently running in New York mix unique strengths with some predictable tropes about ‘rock bottom’ and recovery.
With Mellon Foundation support, TCG will gift book credits to 50 libraries, educational institutions, and community organizations to help expand and diversify their drama collections.
This episode features a monologue by Raquel Almazan, performed by Jose Febus, dramatizing the community activism of Young Lords organizer Jose Jiménez.
This month Brian talks to the Mexican American playwright about his educational path, his early years in New York, and his process for writing poetic plays.
Swept up first as a fan of Julian Beck and Judith Malina’s legendary experimental ensemble, he became one of its essential members.
A TYA radio play-turned-musical opens this weekend at the Kennedy Center, with accessibility and community at the forefront.
The March convening will be held in Boston, the same city that hosted LTC’s first convening.
Amanda Szeglowski has been promoted to co-director, with the remaining director positions expected to be filled by June.
His next gig is at Encore Musical Theatre in Michigan.