Writer Sarah Ruhl and director Rebecca Taichman talk about how they’re crafting ‘Becky Nurse of Salem,’ a new play about witches and women’s power.
The recent unveiling of Alison Saar’s sculpture ‘To Sit A While’ kicked off a national tour to raise awareness of this great American writer and the many who follow in the path she paved.
6 writers, 10-minute plays, a 4-night run, the 13th season: how this eminent New York festival celebrating Black dramatists has multiplied its impact.
As the director of a new production at TFANA, Timpo joins the project of belatedly celebrating a great but largely overlooked American playwright.
A new theatre piece based on a Claudia Rankine essay may be educational for white audiences, but for Black audiences it’s merely relatable.
A former dancer, now on the board of the Performing Arts Alliance and Alternate ROOTS, Ramos is on a mission to redistribute the nation’s cultural bounty.
The 2 playwrights talk about what’s been lost to the pandemic and look to a future in which Black stories are the default, not the exception.
If people of color were able to speak freely in a theatrical space, what would we say? Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play offers a compelling answer.