This month Woodzick talks to the Bay Area playwright about political disillusionment, the liberation of basic income, and the sacred space of theatre.
This month Woodzick talks to mutli-hyphenate performer Michael Urie ahead of his return to Broadway in ‘Spamalot.’
This month Woodzick talks to the Seattle-based director about creating a safe yet accountable rehearsal room, taking Shakespeare off a pedestal, and embracing body hair.
This month Woodzick talks to performer and producer Danny Marin about telling stories with nuance and advocating for a better industry.
This month Woodzick talks to writer and educator Seayoung Yim about self-love, care-filled casting, and America’s recent obsession with Korean culture.
This month Woodzick talks to the queer and trans performer about reviving ‘1776,’ developing a non-binary rom-com musical, and honoring their trans experience onstage.
This month Woodzick talks to the Southern storyteller and social impact strategist about the clear parallels between making theatre and making a difference.
This month Woodzick talks with Chicago theatremaker Will Wilhelm about taking up more space as a trans non-binary artist, centering gender-imaginative stories in the canon, and finding resilience through the work.
The Omaha-based director talks about theatre’s collective brain, doing queer art on Catholic campuses, and how to break through the gender binary in casting.
This month Woodzick talks with the writer of ‘Amani’ about Black futures, expansive visions of gender, and how an archivist can be an activist.