She may be alone onstage for the performance, but she contains—and reflects—multitudes.
As she steps into a new role at D.C.’s Folger Theatre and Library, she’s focused on how a repurposed Bard can help build community.
In her successful soap writing career, she used new-play development skills she honed at the O’Neill and New York Theatre Workshop, among others.
The 8 individuals in this year’s cohort don’t just make theatre; over the past year and going forward, they are all about making change.
Lyons is out to change the theatre canon, and serving ‘Chicken & Biscuits’ on Broadway is just the one step along the way.
When the pandemic cut short a crazy-busy schedule, Aponte used the time to fulfill a dream of giving back to his community.
With a focus on experimental opera, Miguel Flores’s career has him looking forward toward a more human-centric way of working.
He’s grateful to be back in front of audiences, and also hopeful that a year-plus of down time has shown the field the true value of artists’ work.
When the pandemic hit her career on both sides of the Atlantic, she got the unique chance to help develop productions in gestation.
Teaching design remotely had some upsides, she learned, but she’s eager to get her hands back on her craft and its tools.