The artistic director of the Twin Cities’ Penumbra reflects on an outrageous paradox: that Black vulnerability could exculpate white violence.
If you haven’t committed to dismantling racism and ending harassment, don’t rush to reopen your doors.
Two new books about men whose charmed and eventful lives were as much acts of creation as the plays and films they produced.
New memoirs by Quiara Alegría Hudes and David Adjmi describe their arduous journeys to find themselves, as well as the communities that shaped them.
The racist stereotypes and erasure perpetuated on white-dominated U.S. stages have real-world consequences outside the theatre.
How our theatre got through a trying and bewildering year, and is poised to move forward this year and beyond.
Can a culturally appropriative murder mystery in the guise of a cooking class prevent war with Iran? Piehole’s interactive new Zoom play aims to find out.
In this excerpt from the new novel ‘We Play Ourselves,’ a playwright navigates the highs and lows of an Off-Broadway opening night.
Rooted as much in Michigan as Mosul, he lived to see both of his homes turn to sectarian violence and division.
Where we put our time, our money, and attention needs to change, can change, and is already changing.