The forces attacking the human rights and free expression of the most marginalized among us know exactly what they’re doing, but we have a way to fight back: the stage.
From the first woman in a ‘breeches’ role to the Wooster Group’s Arthur Miller acid test, February was an eventful month on U.S. stages.
Fighting for freedom of expression in high school theatres can be a complicated cause, but it’s clearly a fight that matters for all theatre artists.
Why ‘The Merchant of Venice’ and ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ should remain open to interpretation.
The arts should run counter to a mood of national apathy, not acquiesce to or accommodate it.
A review of Dave Marsh’s new book.
Protest mounts as foreign visitors are barred from the U.S.A. on ideological grounds. Plus, NEA news.
Updates on controversies and committees.