After the Drama Division hosted a pointlessly traumatic ‘slavery immersion’ exercise last fall, some Black students are still hurting and asking for redress.
Data from the consulting firm ArtsBridge suggest that parents and students remain concerned but cautiously optimistic about the future of arts education.
How a plan to teach ‘Pipeline’ and ‘School Girls’ grew into a curriculum stressing both the plays’ universality and specificity on issues of race, colorism, and inequity.
Remembering a middle school production of ‘Pippin’ that got in just under the wire last March.
How the pandemic-adjusted film resonated with, and deepened the meaning of, Sophocles’s iconic tragedy.
Artistic leaders at the Playwright Realm writers’ service organization talk about how, when, and whether to send your work for consideration.
Undergraduate theatre programs join forces to combat artistic isolation and build creative community.
An interactive web portal combines theatre and education in an effort to destigmatize mental illness.
Last fall we learned a new way to make theatre, not only with our students but with the audience and the community.
Nationwide readings on the scourge of guns brought pandemic-isolated theatre folks together for a common cause—and the momentum may continue.