How Chicago’s theatre scene reflects its legacy of racism—and what can be done to fight it.
Artists of color have had to work hard just to get to work in the Windy City, and in the process they’ve changed its theatres for the better.
Taking my father, a Parkinson’s patient and stroke survivor, to the current Broadway revival was a challenge, but well worth it.
It’s not just about filling seats but about increasing access and generating an authentic conversation.
ED&I rewards good intentions, but it’s time to take the next step and embrace anti-racist practice, which focuses on results.
Workplace discrimination and the lack of paid maternity leave are holding down employment numbers, according to Millikin University study.
Women and people of color, along with artistic originality, should not be considered commercial risks.
In a post-‘Moonlight’ world, writers like Michael R. Jackson and Jeremy O. Harris are making the case for LGBTQ stories that go beyond the gay white experience.
Five colleagues I got to know over the past year through TCG’s professional development program, which adds up to more than the sum of its parts.
How ‘Vietgone’ and ‘Poor Yella Rednecks’ subverts the Asian-as-foreigner trope to tell a distinctly American story.