Note from editor Jim O’Quinn for the February 2014 issue.
Teresa Eyring reflects on a night of poetry and learning at home of Abiodun Oyewole.
Racially educational theatre, gay shorts and a theatre re-opening in Frogtown lead national theatre news.
We take a look back at significant moments in theatre history for February.
Meg Miroshnik creates piece featuring young Russian girls after noticing a lack of females in Russian theatre.
Playwrights use their own experience to pen a play for change.
Radical playwright takes on gender and social norms in new play.
A chance hospital encounter leads to a new Chicago play.
New play isn’t just about the head covering; it’s about so much more.
Playwright draws on personal experience and relationships to develop character language.