As students call out inequities in theatre training institutions, educators of color can find themselves with additional labor and scarce support.
The playwright/actress brings an independent artist’s perspective to the board room, where she hopes it can offer the field a ‘bird’s-eye view’ at a crucial time.
A town known for tight acting ensembles and distinctive writers may have another ace in the hole: its directors.
The one-day event in Miami brought together educators, administrators, and students to address issues at higher-ed institutions.
From emerging talents to unsung veterans, our regular Role Call feature shines a light on folks you ought to know.
Four theatre leaders give ‘vision statements’ in response to the question: How does the role of artistic director need to change in the 21st century?
On this week’s podcast, director Lisa Portes stopped by to discuss Latinx theatre in Chicago, and directing work for young audiences. Plus, the editors discuss the responses we’ve been getting from artists about the election.
The director will receive $5,000 and was recognized for her work in the Central region of the country.
In our new monthly Role Call feature, we shine a light on theatre professionals across the country who deserve a bigger national profile.
Straight realism, magic realism, even ‘sausage’ realism were on offer at the latest new-play event staged by the Latino/a Theatre Commons.