Emily Cordes interviews playwright Alex Vasquez Escaño and director Martin Balmaceda about a recent production of Alex’s play Yoleros in New York City.
In this installment, Eli Keel discusses Louisville Championship Arm Wrestling and its non-traditional approach to live theatre.
Andrew Bailes describes the unlikely link between the Gainesville, Florida and Chicago, Illinois improv communities.
Alexis Greene shares her experience entering the theatre for Young Vic’s production of Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge. She reflects on Miller’s life and work in relation to today’s social climate.
Jess Pillmore advises artists to be cautious when choosing and emulating professional role models.
The HowlRound community is designing and building the World Theatre Map. Track its progress and participate in its design and development.
In this installment, Hannah Nielsen-Jones shares her process for stage managing OjO in Pittsburgh and San Diego.
Playwright Jordan Ramirez Puckett shares her experience submitting plays as a light-skinned Latina and questions the intention behind the phrase “playwright of color” in the industry.
Lauren Alexander interviews twins Shirley and Aaron Sertosky about their experience working together in Theater J’s production of Stars of David: Story to Song.
Josh Williams discusses the Barrydale Reconciliation Day Puppet Parade and its socio-political impact in contemporary South Africa.
Playwright Donna Hoke writes about the big takeaways from interviews she did with ten playwrights who don’t live in New York.
Dramaturg Alexander Charles Adams writes a response to Tim Miller and David Román’s 1995 essay “Preaching to the Converted.”
Mya Kagan continues her Submitting Like a Man series with this discussion of the logistics and emotional implications of creating a differently-gendered alter-ego.
In this installment, Damon Krometis discusses Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 and the relationship between watching and being watched for theatregoers.
Playwright Kathleen Warnock describes an unsettling experience she had while seeing Annie Baker’s The Flick.
Journalist Carey Purcell discusses her takeaways from December’s Percolating Gender Parity symposium, and how gender-based pay discrepancies affect women in theatre.
Edward Einhorn discusses the benefits and pitfalls of posting scripts online.
In this installment, Michael Lueger interviews Dramaturg Ken Cerniglia about his journey and work with Disney Theatrical Group.
In this installment, Dan Fine discusses his background in directing and offers suggestions for directors working with media designers.
In this episode, Matthew Gray discusses the lack of diversity during awards season, and interviews Rachel Keller, co-star of Holidaysburg and Fargo: Season Two, about her journey.