America may call itself a nation of immigrants, but our stories are still scarce on U.S. stages. Let’s change that.
Theatres find new ways to relate to immigrant and refugee communities, not only as audiences but as partners.
DACA recipients, feeling unwelcome in the country they call home, claim a home onstage.
What roles can theatre play in the global refugee crisis? Healing, representation—and diversion.
So much American theatre, from O’Neill to Udofia, has been inspired by the stories of playwrights’ immigrant parents.
An EDI consciousness is already fundamental to the work of some theatre practitioners, but it has expanded exponentially.
She brings an administrative brain to a small, hardy new-play company on the verge of an upgrade.
How the Tony-nominated director makes space for women of color in the theatre, not just herself.
He didn’t set out to write shows any more than I did, but when the music and the theatre called, we followed.