For MENA-identifying theatres in the U.S., the current Israel-Hamas war makes the work of lifting Palestinian and Arab voices all the more urgent.
Ariana Sarfarazi has been named the company’s new executive director.
An experienced entertainment attorney, she will join the leadership team at the MENA/SWANA-focused NYC company.
Supported in creating work for any medium, they will explore themes of Middle Eastern culture and community within the U.S.
A celebration of Arab American Heritage Month, from Khalil Gibran to the opening of Leila Buck’s ‘Hkeelee (Talk to Me).’
The new Kitchen Sink Residency will give 2 years of support and space for companies to create new work, culminating in full productions.
A Block Party on the eve of the TCG National Conference showcased Miami’s wildly diverse arts and the people who make them.
Zayd Dohrn’s new play at Playwrights Horizons has sparked a public conversation about equity, inclusion, and authorship.
The troupe’s 48 Hour Forum tackles sobering news from the Middle East with short, imaginative, often funny plays.