The one-day event in Miami brought together educators, administrators, and students to address issues at higher-ed institutions.
Jeremy O. Harris talks about the sexual politics of white supremacy, and about how he finds humor in horror (and vice versa).
From Edwidge Danticat to Wesley Morris, from Quiara Alegría Hudes to Lee Breuer, this year’s four tentpole gatherings were as rich and stimulating as the Florida city.
The monologuist is telling his most personal story ever at the Public Theatre, and he finds that music helps the medicine go down.
The writer/performer is back with a tour celebrating his pathbreaking musical and a dark, funny new podcast series that may be his most personal work yet.
A Block Party on the eve of the TCG National Conference showcased Miami’s wildly diverse arts and the people who make them.
Lydia R. Diamond’s new play is set on the diamond, telling the hard-hitting story of the first female pro baseball player.
Critic Christine Dolen and local theatre leaders Joseph Adler and Mario Ernesto Sanchez introduce TCG attendees to the vibrant Miami theatre scene.
This theatre company in the Music City, founded by a singer who lost her voice, now strives to put women’s voices centerstage.
The musical ‘Hadestown’ took top honors in a hopeful ceremony that pointed the way forward for the theatre field.