A year after issuing them, theatre student and alumni organizers discuss the still unfolding results of their anti-racist calls to action for university training programs.
Theatre artists Whitney White and Peter Mark Kendall made a show for Under the Radar that tests the bounds of their form, and of their friendship.
How the queerness of fairy tales and musicals, once coded and now more open, has always spoken—and sung—directly to me.
Nationwide readings on the scourge of guns brought pandemic-isolated theatre folks together for a common cause—and the momentum may continue.
Short plays in storefront windows for small outdoor audiences is the Equity-approved formula for Miami New Drama’s newest effort.
Glynn Turman, Colman Domingo, and Michael Potts talk about the new film of August Wilson’s breakthrough play.
The work of organizing for a better world is already being done, and theatres have the chance—and the responsibility—to join it.
A new Netflix documentary follows six contenders in the annual August Wilson Monologue Competition.
Greater diversity onstage is only going to happen when theatre’s hidden gatekeepers are more diverse too.
Among the most important things students can learn at theatre training programs: how to audition, and what they’ll be auditioning for.