Whether students are in the process of reclaiming or rejecting their identities, a new book offers resources to help subvert stereotypes and understand embodiment.
What will it take to change our ways before climate crisis makes such change impossible? We can start by using one of the greatest human inventions: story.
Cruising Utopia with the Good Gay Poet.
In this excerpt from a new book by the founder of Movement Theatre International, the author reflects on the crucial 1988 gathering in Philadelphia.
In this excerpt from his new book about running the Pasadena Playhouse for 2 decades, Epps arrives at the intersection of its history and his.
In this excerpt from a new book about the making of the iconic 1970s musical, the show collides with some real-life drama and danger in the nation’s capital.
Socially engaged performance has a rich history in this country, and it deserves an account as localized and multivocal as its leading practitioners.
In this excerpt from his new memoir ‘Jack in the Box: Or, How to Goddamn Direct,’ Jack O’Brien recounts his fierce face-off with theatre giant George Abbott.
In excerpts from their new book, Anthony S. Rhine and Jay Pension answer important questions about audience engagement practices in nonprofit arts.
In excerpts from a new book, the British-born director talks about childhood mysteries, the theatre buildings he’s worked in, and his fascination with erasure and contradictions.