When SpeakEasy Stage Company puts on plays featuring cross-cultural currents and racial conflicts, Kira Troilo’s consulting work proves crucial.
Post-show engagement might take many forms, so why are we stuck with a one-size-fits-all Q&A format?
If you haven’t committed to dismantling racism and ending harassment, don’t rush to reopen your doors.
While Broadway awaits its return, nonprofits and new leaders should seize the chance to return the art form to a sense of service and risk.
Rebuilding will be challenging, but we must embrace abundance and celebrate possibility to create a better vision for the future.
She used her anger at a system that betrayed its ideals as fuel to organize against it. We can and should do the same.
Most theatres recognize that all-white seasons and casts are wrong. So why are administration, management, and staff still so homogeneous?
Theatre students and alumni join the anti-racist groundswell in the U.S. theatre to pen statements speaking up about their experiences and demanding change.
In response to demands for change, the company will pay playwrights during rehearsal, eliminate punishing ’10 out of 12′ tech weeks, and strive for greater pay equity.
The collective that started by saying ‘We See You, White American Theater’ makes its own demands to be seen, and fully included, at last.