This episode features a monologue by Christin Eve Cato, performed by Annie Henk, imagining a meeting between a Puerto Rican factory worker and an elected official.
As managing director of strategy and transformation, Picciarelli will work with yet-to-be-named partners in a new collective leadership model.
The co-artistic leaders will join managing director Megan Wanlass in a leadership triumvirate, succeeding Michael John Garcés.
Woodzick talks to the multi-hyphenate theatre artist and musician about interrogating androgyny, self-mythologizing, and making their web series ‘Sad Han.’
She’ll leave in March after 4 four years in the role.
A successor in the legendary role of Anita recalls her confidence-building encounter with the Broadway legend.
February recalls the comedic duo Williams and Walker, a Gertrude Stein opera, a ‘Death of a Salesman’ debut, and more.
The producing artistic director has been with Unicorn since 1979.
He’ll leave the Pittsburgh company in June, capping a 45-year career which emphasized new-play development at various theatres, including South Coast Rep and Actors Theatre of Louisville.
The acclaimed director, a co-founder of the Latinx Theatre Commons, has relocated from Chicago to California for the job.