Playwright and co-founder of Boston Public Works Theater Company John Greiner-Ferris discusses the rewards and challenges that have come with self-producing.
Leslie Ishii and Daniel M. Mayeda share the 51% Preparedness Plan, with the hopes of creating a more diverse and inclusive field by 2042, when the nation will be majority minority.
Liane Tomasetti explores what timing can mean for site-specific theatre, and how helpful a pilot performance was for her team to tackle some big issues.
Georgina Escobar chats with Ana Graham and Antonio Vega about their company Por Piedad Teatro and their upcoming production.
Welcome the new HowlRound Fellow, Adewunmi Oke! Adewunmi joins us in July, and will play an integral role in the HowlRound team.
Julie Rada digs into what we really mean when we talk about “safety” in a creative environment, and shares a list of agreements she has compiled to ensure it.
In this installation, MJ questions what makes a trans character credible onstage, and how does gender fit into color-conscious casting?
Madilynn Garcia and Mahalia Dinglasan close out their series about The Cohen New Works Festival, sharing what they found and what questions still remain.
Jonathan Mandell asks artists at the Drama Desk Awards if theatre can change the world, and compiles their answers into a video.
Gloucester Stage’s Executive Managing Director Jon Wojciechowski discusses the process and philosophy behind the company’s new playwriting apprenticeship.
In the second installation of his series, Seth Lepore explores when an audience member gives feedback, even when it isn’t necessarily wanted.
Jennifer Lane talks with MOXIE Theatre’s Delicia Turner Sonnenberg about shattering the stereotypes of women’s work and finding balance in her life.
Illana Stein reports on the perceived and projected possible ramifications of burning the Quran on stage during a production of Christopher Marlowe’s Tamburlaine the Great.
In her latest installation, Morgan Greene rediscovers high school through Albany Park Theater Project’s immersive experience Learning Curve.
Cortney McEniry explores Taylor Swift’s method of engaging her fans, and how theatre companies can step out of the spotlight to really connect with members of their community.
Lee Sachs contemplates the differences between theatre and film, and the corollary between film and theatre when it comes to solo work.
Putting his dichotomies to work, Mickey Rowe explains how his autism helps him to be a better actor.
Members of the Brown Bag Theatre Company share their experience making Contra La Corriente/Against the Current, a project created with service workers on the UC Irvine Campus.
The author reflects on the role of the performing arts in his own remarkable journey from Ugandan child soldier to performer and playwright.
The Latina/o Theatre Commons Steering Committee invites you to attend Carnaval 2015, July 23-25 at the Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago.