Lockdown is no blessing, but I am using it for good: to heal, to step off the grant-writing treadmill, and to say no to more abuse.
Diversifying programming and leadership won’t be enough if our boards remain white and privileged.
Stephen Haff’s invigorating new book ‘Kid Quixotes’ recounts a translation process that changed his students and himself as well.
In this excerpt from his memoir ‘Lot Six,’ playwright David Adjmi recalls childhood touchstones and the shape and meaning they gave to his pain.
Is live entertainment really going to be the only industry that is not put on a path to safely reopen? We need and deserve better.
Men may feel threatened by strong women, but women know in their bodies who the real threat is.
Want to make disabled artists and audiences more than symbols or afterthoughts? Here’s the minimum you can do (and you really should do more than the minimum).
Even the country’s apolitical state theatres are joining the countrywide protest against the power grab by the Putin-backed dictator Lukashenko.
What are we doing in the theatre? The clues are in what our art is made of: bodies, words, and a third thing that is neither and both of them.
Three books look at the lives and impact of three influential 20th-century directors.