The acclaimed Cherokee actor/writer/educator will work alongside founders Randy Reinholz and Jean Bruce Scott as they transition to emeritus roles.
A historic gathering for theatres of color in St. Louis turned out to be a powerful and unexpectedly timely convening.
Why three premieres in Oregon are a sign of the times—and a long time coming.
After years of nurturing writers and performers, the work of L.A.’s Native American theatre is finally paying off.
Resources, institutions, and more than 100 artists spanning North America.
The slate includes three staged readings of new work by Native American playwrights.
Mary Kathryn Nagle’s play adds a Native American perspective to the climate crisis.
A range of voices considers the impact and the lasting legacy—and a few lacunae—of August Wilson’s seminal speech.
Boundary-busting troupes like the Civilians, Pig Iron and Native Voices have staged plays in partnership with—and in counterpoint to—the art on the walls.
Diane Glancy’s new play explores Native issues.