How theatres in the historic NYC neighborhood are stepping up their game with artists and audiences.
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.