It may be best known as an online theatre journal, but its new director is committed to the org’s whole range of programming and practice.
On this week’s episode, we welcome Josh Hecht of Profile Theatre who explains why he only programs one writer a season. Plus, the editors discuss bias in theatre criticism.
At its recent Manhattan gathering, the Latina/o Theatre Commons took the movement to the next level, and not a moment too soon.
As scholars join a freshly revivified and organized Latinx theatre movement, the question of their role is no longer academic.
The program will support 18 playwrights at host theatres around the country.
An initiative inviting theatres to produce only work by underrepresented voices for an entire season—and no straight white males—has excited interest and controversy.
NEFA will continue its efforts to bridge the gap between the military and their communities through the arts.
New readings by Matthew Paul Olmos, Octavio Solis, Marisela Treviño Orta and more to be presented at the Latina/o new works festival.
Can the New Play Exchange bring transparency and efficiency to the play-submission process? That’s the idea, and soon it will be a reality.
An historic gathering of Latina/o theatremakers put the focus firmly on the work and let the politics—including the identity politics—emerge, or not, from there.