The actor and activist looks back on a career that began on Broadway in 1950 and took her around the world to tell Black women’s stories.
How one costume designer is working for change through her chosen medium.
The 2 playwrights talk about what’s been lost to the pandemic and look to a future in which Black stories are the default, not the exception.
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s new artistic director tries to balance with nimbleness with caution as he looks toward an uncertain future.
What does the future of theatre look like to a freelance general technician? It may be time to build that camper van and hit the road.
Using crankies and shadow puppets, among other forms, the Chicago artist distills her experiences into live visual story events.
The fifth cohort of TCG’s Rising Leaders of Color encompass all areas of theatre practice, from producing to development to casting to writing.
This Chicago-based performer’s on-again, off-again relationship with theatre takes another turn, but she’s not bowing out.
As a revolution sparked amid a pandemic, the independent producer heard silence from her field, and started to listen for new voices.
The New Mexico performer/writer/activist talks storytelling, systemic inequity, and Indigenous representation.