In casting Jonathan Larson’s musical with all TGNC actors, director Bo Frazier’s new BoHo Theatre production not only brings new layers to the show—it also provides an example for others to follow.
An iconic play about trans men and butch lesbians arrives in Maine at an auspicious time, both for its writer and for trans representation onstage.
A new festival set for the fall will feature 6 new works by trans, non-binary, and two-spirit artists, as well as an evening 15 new monologues from the TNB2S+ community.
In depicting a transphobic murder in Washington, Mikki Gillette’s new play sets out to show a young woman’s confidence in the face of chaos.
This month we talk to the administrator, activist, and casting professional about amplifying trans talent, rethinking the canon, and prioritizing mental health.
An excerpt from a new collection of micro-plays.
Why the Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards are beginning to eliminate gendered acting awards, in recognition of a generational shift and an increase in LGBTQIA+ representation.
The rebranding comes with a honing of the org’s mission statement to serve ‘women, trans, and gender-expansive’ theatre artists.
How TGNC production and stage managers are leading the field by example.
As a casting director, I’ve been in a unique position to advocate for TGNC actors—and for myself.