Sometimes the best thing you can do for a theatre company you’ve built is to leave it for others to make their own.
Black trauma demands and deserves creative expression, but our lives are about so much more than tragedy.
The arts are not a luxury but a huge economic engine for America’s cities and towns, and a reflection of our national culture. They deserve your unstinting support.
As we face another Depression, can we dream of a new Federal Theatre Project? Any such hope begins with political organizing onstage and off.
In this excerpt from a new journal by theatre artists, the author recounts how she confronted racism in a loved one with more love.
For Black theatre artists, this is a time for healing; for our white counterparts, it is a time of reckoning. Can we make this moment count?
The complete text of speeches by Jamil Jude, Monique Holt, and Nikkole Salter that opened last week’s TCG 2020 virtual conference.
For a production last year in Calgary, a gender switch illuminated the Shakespeare play’s conflicts in fresh and troubling ways.
Though American Realness and COIL are sorely missed, there was much international work to take in at this year’s Under the Radar and Exponential fests.
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s pared-down choreography may depart from Jerome Robbins’s original steps, but is it telling the same story?