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Tomorrow’s Tamoras and Titanias
by Gabriela Furtado Coutinho
High school theatre programs have often been sites of harm, particularly for femme and non-binary kids of color. Educators and intimacy coordinators discuss ways to move classrooms toward healing and reclamation.
The HBCU Edge
by Christopher A. Daniel
Alumni, faculty, and students from historically Black colleges and universities talk about how the unique curricula at these schools prepare Black creatives for success on both stage and screen.
The Unpredictable Experiment
by Nicole Estvanik Taylor
For the last 25 years, the Sloan Foundation has funded plays on a variety of scientific subjects. Have they increased public understanding?
The complete text of Jocelyn Bioh’s hilarious and heartwarming Jaja’s African Hair Braiding, plus a Q&A with the playwright by Lynn Nottage