Changing my headshot opened my eyes to the ways I’m seen—and remain unseen.
Meet some folks who know the audition process inside out: actors and casting directors.
How a mail-order box with an Arab-Jewish recipe and an audio play about mothers, daughters, and home helped save my Thanksgiving.
Four Black dramaturgs who worked on Geva’s new audio-play festival talk about their work and their hopes for the field.
Sans holiday stage offerings, theatres are raising funds and spirits with artists’ marketplaces this holiday season.
Recent stagings of ‘Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!’ showed the possibility—and stringent protocols—of pandemic-era live 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.
The theatre’s new artistic director talks about the forward-looking legacy she inherits, and about how post-pandemic theatres may resemble startups.
At Long Wharf Theatre’s recent ‘Artistic Congress’ convening, two leading playwright/activists shared their dreams and demands for the theatre field.
The great designer and teacher’s attention was intense and clarifying, bringing us closer to the heart of our work and closer together in community.