Marina Zurita is the director of this new work about solidarity and struggle among Brazilian waste pickers, but she’s not the piece’s sole author.
When memory fails, writing can recall, awaken, and even liberate.
With Yako 440, Israel’s new show at the BRIC, accompanied by a retrospective exhibit, both mourns and celebrates his jazzbo dad, steven ben israel.
The new-play competition is part of the company’s larger project to both challenge and help the American theatre to reflect the nation’s changing demographics.
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre rounds up $29,900 for a new teaching center, black playwright Ed Bullins is honored with his own season at the New Federal Theatre, and more from November’s news items.