As students call out inequities in theatre training institutions, educators of color can find themselves with additional labor and scarce support.
A year after issuing them, theatre student and alumni organizers discuss the still unfolding results of their anti-racist calls to action for university training programs.
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.
Undergraduate theatre programs join forces to combat artistic isolation and build creative community.
Nationwide readings on the scourge of guns brought pandemic-isolated theatre folks together for a common cause—and the momentum may continue.
As I say goodbye to my editorial home, I’d like to share some of the lessons I learned over the past (almost) 6 years.
Deprived of regular, full-face in-person interaction, high school theatre students at Interlochen Center for the Arts have expanded other creative capacities.
A new Netflix documentary follows six contenders in the annual August Wilson Monologue Competition.
Among the most important things students can learn at theatre training programs: how to audition, and what they’ll be auditioning for.
One sign of a shift in traditionally Eurocentric theatre training practices: ‘Black Acting Methods’ was the best-selling theatre book this past summer.