The Theater Subdistrict Council has allocated $2 million in grants for theatre organizations who want to increase the diversity on administrative and creative staffs.
Transgender characters are enjoying greater visibility than ever before, in venues such as the Public Theater and Playwrights Horizons, but what does it mean for trans* artists?
A survey finds that theatre staffs are 70 percent non-Hispanic white, which is roughly the inverse of the city’s demographics.
How a seemingly normal night at the theatre led to an altercation with a patron over microaggressions and white privilege.
The fight over minority representation onstage is about broadening, not narrowing, opportunity and artistry.
Appropriation is about more than facepaint; it’s about pretending that minority cultures are metaphors or fantasy worlds or backdrops for white narratives.
Diversity and inclusion are more than just values and talking points; they require and entail a specific series of actions.
The new 51% Preparedness Plan calls for SoCal theatres to lead the national charge toward greater diversity onstage, backstage and in the house.
No country in the world has so many cultural resources right at its fingertips.