Dialogue is mostly a form of behavior and personal revelation usually accidental. Therein lies a drama, and a mystery.
The theatre field’s unexamined standards and hierarchies are too frequently oppressive, exploitative, and white supremacist. Here’s how we can change them.
Rebuilding will be challenging, but we must embrace abundance and celebrate possibility to create a better vision for the future.
The soul-healing and community-building qualities of children’s theatre, a key part of the Federal Theatre Project, should be central to any new deal for the arts.
Dramaturg Doug Langworthy shone his light on the work of others, but it finally couldn’t lead him out of his own private darkness.
Catching a glimpse of the beloved community in a quirky, inclusive corner of the U.S.
How Fornés’s landmark play can teach us to imagine different ways of living, fighting, and making theatre.
She used her anger at a system that betrayed its ideals as fuel to organize against it. We can and should do the same.
Nonprofit theatre boards are unrepresentative, out of touch, and more often oppressive than supportive. We can and must do this better.
How the queerness of fairy tales and musicals, once coded and now more open, has always spoken—and sung—directly to me.