The database will provide industry-wide statistics on race, gender, and disability in the American theatre.
After producing an air-clearing gathering last June, the organizers of CREAT ATL still have their eyes on accountability for the city’s theatres.
When it comes to Shakespeare and Western classics, questions of legacy and belonging get raised when Black men take the stage—and the answers are increasingly clear and powerful.
A former dancer, now on the board of the Performing Arts Alliance and Alternate ROOTS, Ramos is on a mission to redistribute the nation’s cultural bounty.
Composer Michael Friedman’s sister, and the executor of his estate, reflects on her role in preserving her brother’s work in an evolving field.
After experiencing bias and harassment at predominantly white institutions, 4 leaders founded their own companies to advocate for Black artists.
After the Drama Division hosted a pointlessly traumatic ‘slavery immersion’ exercise last fall, some Black students are still hurting and asking for redress.
It’s long past time to rethink the beloved musical’s whitewash of Anna Leonowens, a mixed-race woman whose books lied about more than just her background.
The actor and educator talks about the reasons for their departure from Broadway’s ‘Moulin Rouge!’ and about the theatre field they’d like to help build.
If you haven’t committed to dismantling racism and ending harassment, don’t rush to reopen your doors.