What can we learn from those who came before us? Things we will one day pass on.
The Broadway veteran, still kicking in ‘Hadestown,’ has blazed a path so that others may follow.
The best way to follow her path-breaking lead, she says, is not to follow in her exact footsteps.
This 89-year-old Portlander tells how and why he became the world’s oldest living drag queen performer.
The prolific artist has created around 400 designs in a career spanning five decades—and counting.
Her students keep her young, she says, as she balances new jobs, Broadway productions, and regional work.
The 70-year-old performer believes art should save lives, just as theatre saved hers.
How the Oklahoma CityRep co-founder dreamt a theatre into being, and keeps it going.
Despite enduring a few sleepless nights in his time, his approach has always been to focus on solving the problem that’s right in front of him.
Mayeda brings her experience in development and arts administration to the 2050 Fellowship at the New York Theatre Workshop.