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.
Sydney Magruder Washington, who has been outspoken about her mental illness, is using quarantine to reflect on her identity and place in the world.
The Southern-bred director spent his early years breaking down barriers, and he’s now intent on joining a movement for change and inclusivity in the theatre.
Keone and Mari Madrid find ways to continue their choreographic craft, with their 10-month-old daughter crawling right behind them.
With ‘The Minutes’ on hold, Pendleton is passing time with ‘The American Clock’ and Zoom scene study classes.
With the chance to work in theatre on hold, Nicole M. Carroll has paused her dreams and found a way for her talent to be useful.
The director and co-founder of DNAWORKS has made it his life’s work to be fully present in the complexity and plurality of life.