The union has created a new position to advance the cause of inclusion and diversity, both internally and externally.
Why did The New York Times hire another white guy to be their new co-chief theatre critic? He plans to work hard to show us why.
Eleven theatre not-for-profits have been given grants totaling $2 million to train diverse theatre artists.
The debate over cultural equity is crucial, but can it move beyond a fiscal critique to consider systemic injustices?
Last season was notably diverse, but the 2016-17 season announced so far looks more like business as usual on the Great White Way.
The invisibility of stage designers cuts both ways: They lack for recognition (see this week’s Tonys), but they can also build diverse careers—if they get the chance.
At a recent forum about cultural appropriation, artists shared stories of microaggressions and mapped solutions for the future.
The Stage Directors and Choreographers Society has committed to diversifying its staff and board, and to promoting equitable hiring practices nationwide.
How theatre critics can use their words, and their status, to be more inclusive of both theatre artists and a diverse new generation of journalists.
The Theater Subdistrict Council has allocated $2 million in grants for theatre organizations who want to increase the diversity on administrative and creative staffs.