For all the responsibility laid on stage managers, their impact and centrality—and what they can bring to theatre’s current moment of challenge and uncertainty—remain underappreciated.
The new program will pair artists with Philadelphia-area families to help those families tell their stories through art.
How TGNC production and stage managers are leading the field by example.
As a casting director, I’ve been in a unique position to advocate for TGNC actors—and for myself.
What we mean—and don’t mean—when we say ‘mentor.’
Working with TGNC actors means creating a culture of collaboration, respect, and wholeness.
An excerpt from ‘For Black Trans Girls Who Gotta Cuss A Mother Fucker Out When Snatching An Edge Ain’t Enough: A Choreo Poem.’
Men may feel threatened by strong women, but women know in their bodies who the real threat is.
From dramaturgs to designers, actors to devisers, these are some folks to have on your radar.
A Brooklyn theatre company isn’t just rediscovering and cataloguing overlooked plays—they’re aiming to get them into production.