This installment features theatre artists from around the country whose focus is on educating the next generation of theatremakers.
Roundabout Youth Ensemble’s new play was staged in-person, but was deeply informed by its very online creation and modes of expression.
A leading maker of plays for young people thinks of good storytelling as an alert, wakeful, but necessarily uncertain journey through the unknown.
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.
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.