Brittani Samuel, Jose Solís, and Sarah Rose Leonard will lead the site, originally founded by Sarah Ruhl and Julia Jordan, aimed at diversifying the critical discourse.
Tackling the iconic role at 82, the stage and screen actor resonates with the aging monarch’s struggle to maintain control.
The director of Berkeley Rep’s new-works development program reflects on the way the theatre has changed, and still needs to change.
The composer/lyricist/librettist/actor broke ground in theatre, music, and TV, and still had more to say.
A co-founder of Free Southern Theater reflects on forming the theatrical arm of the Civil Rights Movement.
She’s been a yoga teacher for the past half century, but in the 1960s she was a busy triple threat in New York.
A Lebanese theatremaker putting down roots in San Francisco, Assaf brings to her new job a global perspective and an open door.
As she moves from Maine’s Penobscot Theatre to Miami’s GableStage, she prioritizes professionalism, depth, and community service.
Can sound journalism expose and end workplace abuse in the entertainment industry? If sources are ready to talk, she’s ready to report.
In this installment: a New York fight director, a Bay Area development pro, a Chicago teacher and puppeteer, an Atlanta actor, and from San Diego, a playwright and a casting director.