Theatre is born of collective effort and aspiration. Maybe that’s why it’s such a powerful vehicle of social engagement, and why activist artists are drawn to it.
With “California: The Tempest,” the pioneering community-focused company is showcasing its influential methodology, as well as the institute it’s created to teach it to others.
For the nation’s theatre teaching artists, “arts education” is a redundant phrase. Their own lives and careers prove it.
Meet a cadre of artists and companies who put social, political and civic causes at the forefront of their work.
Can theatre for social change be taught? Here’s a roundup of theatre-studies programs where arts activism is on the syllabus.