Roots’s focus will be on leading community efforts at the Richmond-based company.
The proliferation of plays by Black creators on the Great White Way is cause for celebration, even as it raises some familiar questions about risk and representation.
The D.C.-based director, who comes to Mosaic from the Studio Theatre, promises a new chapter for the company.
Staged within a D.C. neighborhood block party, Pan Underground’s production of Caridad Svich’s play is designed connect local community members.
Some Washington, D.C., theatre leaders gathered last month to discuss their anti-racism work, both individually and collectively.
A co-production among Woolly Mammoth, the Huntington, and Pasadena Playhouse gives new life to Mike Lew’s disability-themed spin on ‘Richard III.’
As she steps into a new role at D.C.’s Folger Theatre and Library, she’s focused on how a repurposed Bard can help build community.
If confirmed, Lowe will be the first Native American head of the NEA, and Jackson the first African American and Mexican American to lead the NEA.
An artist and leader who first joined the company in 2019, she will oversee the efforts of the theatre’s artistic development.
When the pandemic cut short a crazy-busy schedule, Aponte used the time to fulfill a dream of giving back to his community.