As an experienced leader taking the helm of a unique American theatre institution, she finds it uniquely suited to her gifts.
Solís, who has been leading a BIPOC Critics Lab on his own steam, will lead one under Kennedy Center’s auspices next month.
In his last interview, he talks about the Negro Ensemble Company’s heady heyday, and its influential Playwrights’ Workshop.
In her first year at the Twin Cities theatre, a series of crises offered opportunities for allyship and community-building.
Her film ‘Red Pill,’ which she thinks of as a Black woman’s ‘Get Out,’ views the nation’s ills through the lens of horror.
The communications exec, who’s working with Milwaukee Rep for 10 months on EDI, talks about building relationships and engaging diverse communities.
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.
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.
With ‘The Minutes’ on hold, Pendleton is passing time with ‘The American Clock’ and Zoom scene study classes.