As theatres seek new leaders, some are also trying out different leadership models.
How Chicago’s theatre scene reflects its legacy of racism—and what can be done to fight it.
Diversifying personnel is important, but a more fundamental step might be to change the ways we teach theatre.
Their instruments can evoke every color of the rainbow, but the designers are still overwhelmingly white and male.
For the first time in 15 years, dozens of arts organizations of color convened to share challenges, practices, and community.
I and others like me could lead our field to greater equity and inclusion, if we’re given the chance—and if we even want it.
At a gathering of Boston theatre leaders and their boards last year, Bill Rauch shared tips and takeaways from Oregon Shakes’s ED&I journey.
As the nation grows more diverse, theatre education needs to become less Eurocentric and more inclusive.
An open letter and a bill of rights, in the interest of more stage works representing the full diversity and humanity of Middle Eastern Americans.
The turnover of so many artistic director positions at U.S. theatres provides a genuine opening to overcome exclusionary hiring practices.