On this episode, Woodzick speaks to 2 non-binary actors currently performing in repertory at Utah Shakespeare Festival.
This month we talk to the administrator, activist, and casting professional about amplifying trans talent, rethinking the canon, and prioritizing mental health.
Men may feel threatened by strong women, but women know in their bodies who the real threat is.
What am I learning while doing time, apart from mopping the gym? I’m getting to know people in transition.
Some writers have been stumbling in addressing work about and by LGBTQ artists. Here’s a guide to help them do better.
A new musical tells the tale of Albert Cashier, a Union soldier who was born a woman but fought—and lived—as a man.
As an absurd fight over transgender bathroom rights intensifies, theatres can lead by freeing their own facilities from the binary.
Transgender characters are enjoying greater visibility than ever before, in venues such as the Public Theater and Playwrights Horizons, but what does it mean for trans* artists?
British and American artists working at the outer boundaries of gender, race, and live art will gather for a weekend of performances, talks, and an intergenerational, intersectional feminist check-in.
Who knew that grammar was a front in the battle for fuller gender expression? Well, duh.