A roundtable of theatremakers talk about their work, how they make it, and models for inclusive spaces for both artists and audiences.
The theatre field is white-dominated, and disabled and D/deaf companies would seem to be no exception—unless we look deeper and think more intersectionally.
Now 30 years old, the Americans with Disabilities Act has made historic access achievements for audiences. Now how about access for performers and backstage workers?
Here are some folks to have on your radar, from writers to designers, from choreographers to arts administrators.
Help is on the way, but while there are resources available, no single expert is going to explain or fix it all for you.
The playwright of ‘PrEP Play, or Blue Parachute’ talks about expectations, intimacy, and the Zoom revolution.
Can a culturally appropriative murder mystery in the guise of a cooking class prevent war with Iran? Piehole’s interactive new Zoom play aims to find out.
Staging original works as audio dramas isn’t just a pandemic workaround; it’s also back-to-the-future turn to a resonant form.
Rooted as much in Michigan as Mosul, he lived to see both of his homes turn to sectarian violence and division.
Martin promises a ‘clean slate’ at the Chicago theatre famed for its playwrights ensemble, after serving as associate producer at the Goodman.