At Seattle’s Red Eagle Soaring, Sayet and Moses will share artistic director duties, modeling and shaping a decolonized process to better serve Native youth.
An experienced producer and arts administrator, she’ll replace Buzz Ward, who’s retiring after 29 years in the post.
A celebration of Arab American Heritage Month, from Khalil Gibran to the opening of Leila Buck’s ‘Hkeelee (Talk to Me).’
With a new leader and new owners, the Chicago comedy staple has expanded its digital reach while reorienting for the future and readying a live return.
7 Asian American theatre leaders reflect on the rise in both hate crimes and open racism, how they’ve responded, and the support they would like to see.
Systemic issues and a failure of leadership were behind the shuttering of the arts service org. Will BIPOC theatres and leaders step in to create something new?
How Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company crowdsourced a docutheatre piece on how a year of COVID, racist violence and protest, and political division felt in their state.
Companies in Phoenix and Dallas hope to bring audiences back with open-air stagings as they wait for vaccination levels to make indoors safe again.
One secret to the newly powerful social disruption unleashed by the bouffon and his ilk: They’re laughing at you, not with you.
The acclaimed company has built a tripartite show about the space between us in which we must do a lot of the connecting.