Has theatre wounded me as much as or more than it’s healed me?
This year’s Chicago gathering of Asian American and Asian Pacific Islander theatremakers overflowed with dialogue, camaraderie, and activism.
How my reporting on one man’s abuse got tangled up with my own grief.
Key takeaways from the Latinx Theatre Commons’s new-play fest in Chicago, where the focus was both national and hyper-local.
Is there a way to humanize playwrights’ familiar submission/rejection cycle? Remembering that there are human beings on both sides of the exchange can help.
My play about sexual assault has moved and inspired so many people, but first it rewrote me.
The new Spielberg film celebrates the freedom of the press, but a 1992 docudrama on the same subject delved deeper.
When people make exciting new work together at Dad’s Garage, why should we claim a piece of it?
Playing a Steward in this immersive holiday show has been a moving experience—literally.
What we learned about ‘Merchant of Venice’ by staging it in the city where it was set.