Alumni, faculty, and students from historically Black colleges and universities weigh in on how their training prepared them to take centerstage.
When SpeakEasy Stage Company puts on plays featuring cross-cultural currents and racial conflicts, Kira Troilo’s consulting work proves crucial.
Kareem Fahmy launched a database to match diverse directors with theatres who were hiring, and while it has made a difference, there’s still a need for it.
A new study from SMU DataArts found the metrics of success for smaller, community-oriented theatres to be both similar and different from their larger peers.
How 2 arts organizations of color, Apollo Theater and Cultural Odyssey, have persevered despite funding disparities and other challenges.
TCG’s THRIVE! regranting program, led by the needs and concerns of BIPOC artists and leaders, aims to rewrite the theatre funding process.
For the Broadway League’s first director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, action is going to be as important as words.
Some Washington, D.C., theatre leaders gathered last month to discuss their anti-racism work, both individually and collectively.
Five producers gather to talk about what they do and the power they hold to make change.
For Hispanic Heritage Month, four Latinx/Latine play festival producers talk about their vision for a more expansive and inclusive American theatre.