ADV – Leaderboard

Tracee Chimo, Jason Biggs, Elisabeth Moss and Bryce Pinkham in "The Heidi Chronicles" on Broadway. (Photo by Joan Marcus)

Offscript: Who Says That Women Can’t Write?

Tracy Liz Miller and Brenda Jean Foley of the Bridge Initiative talk about achieving gender parity in Arizona, plus more season announcements and what you should read in the April 2015 issue of American Theatre.

Every other week, the editors of American Theatre curate a free-ranging discussion about the lively arts.

This week, American Theatre travels! Senior editor Rob Weinert-Kendt goes to Arizona for vacation (and a little bit of work). He sits down with Tracy Liz Miller and Brenda Jean Foley of the Bridge Initiative, which aims to work toward gender parity in Arizona theatre.

Plus, Rob talks with editors Suzy and Diep about even more season announcements (this time at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Atlantic Theatre Company and Actors’ Express) and the April 2015 issue of American Theatre. This week’s recommendations: The Heidi Chronicles on Broadway, The World of Extreme Happiness and the Maxamoo podcast about that play, and TCG’s Audience Revolution essay series.

Download the episode here. Subscribe via iTunes or RSS.

Support American Theatre: a just and thriving theatre ecology begins with information for all. Please join us in this mission by making a donation to our publisher, Theatre Communications Group. When you support American Theatre magazine and TCG, you support a long legacy of quality nonprofit arts journalism. Click here to make your fully tax-deductible donation today!

ADV – Billboard