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.
Looking toward a post-COVID horizon, we must plan for adjustment, redefinition, and a new kind of relevance.
Ending white supremacy at your institution requires an organization-wide commitment to change in both culture and policy.
The work of organizing for a better world is already being done, and theatres have the chance—and the responsibility—to join it.
Too often, comfort with culturally inappropriate casting starts in educational settings—precisely the places these practices should be interrogated.
Changing my headshot opened my eyes to the ways I’m seen—and remain unseen.
In sharing plans for a musical based on the Pixar film, creators have crystallized a moment in which we miss all the ingredients of making theatre.
I’m reclaiming my birth name in a new musical just as the U.S. elects its first Indian American VP. Coincidence? I don’t think so.
Her posthumous release honors the under-recognized place of Black artists in dance and theatrical history.