Staying to true to your gut, making the work no one is hiring you to do, finding a community that gets you, taking mental health breaks—these are just some of the tips these creative folks are happy to share.
The playwright of ‘The Thanksgiving Play’ is known for creating space for Indigenous artists and stories.
Larissa FastHorse’s Cornerstone piece about L.A. County’s Native peoples wasn’t just adapted for Arizona—it was rebuilt from the ground up.
The Chicago organization will support 4 collaborations between artists of color and cultural organizations in the Great Lakes region.
With her satire of performative wokeness, the Native American writer strives to subtly rewire audiences’ default responses.
The two artists discuss performative wokeness in ‘The Thanksgiving Play’ at Playwrights Horizons. Plus the Friends review Michael Urie’s performance in ‘Torch Song’ on Broadway.
Why three premieres in Oregon are a sign of the times—and a long time coming.
Thanks to the honor, the Lakota theatre artist will participate in a trans-Atlantic residential retreat.
Two groups united in the fight for gender parity in the theatre joined forces for a reading series, and they’ve only just begun.