The Lamplighter Productions collective describes their process for founding their company, and shares the lessons they’ve learned.
Ruth Zamoyta of New Jersey Theatre Alliance describes obstacles to theatre attendance faced by patrons with disabilities, and some programs in New Jersey that are working to overcome them.
Dramaturg Emily White looks at the amount of LGBTQ characters in theatre, film, and television, and wonders why so few of them are bisexual.
Scholar Eli Van Sickel examines the casting of able-bodied performers to play disabled characters through the performances of Bradley Cooper, Daniel Radcliffe, and Kevin Spacey.
Luis Alfaro reports on the third day of Carnaval, and shares the note the community ended on—commitment and movement.
Actor Natalie Osborne discusses the misconception that an actor’s body needs to be “perfect” through the teachings of Jerzy Grotowski.
Olga Sanchez reports on Carnaval 2015, Day 2, sharing summaries of conversations and the three readings of the day.
The third installment of the Café Onda series on Regional Alliances focuses on Colectivo Teatral Nuevo México.
Georgina Escobar reflects on Day 1 of Carnaval 2015.
Lisa Portes, Polly Carl, and José Luis Valenzuela offer opening remarks on Carnaval 2015 at the Theatre School at DePaul University.
Kevin Becerra explores becoming comfortable in his identity as a Latino who speaks more Yiddish than Spanish.
Liane Tomasetti shares some words of wisdom following the performances of the site-specific, immersive piece Animating the James and Ann Whithall House at Red Bank Battlefield.
In the first installment of Teresa Simone’s Why I Hate Children’s Theatre series, the author discusses the problematic distinction between theatre for children and theatre for a general audience.
The second installment of the Café Onda series on Regional Alliances focuses on Teatro In Austin.
Phil Weaver-Stoesz writes about how to avoid being overwhelmed with tasks or fear in this installment of his series on positive practices and principles for theatremakers.
Louisiana State University undergrad Alexander Adams writes about discovering dramaturgy at a school without a concentration in the field.
Early Career Dramaturg Amanda Boyle reflects on the lessons she learned at the 2015 Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA) conference in New York City.
The first installment of the Café Onda series on Latina/o Theatre Regional Alliances focuses on La Cooperativa of NYC Latino/a Theatre Artists.
In the fourth installment of our series on Latina/o theatre in Texas, Teresa Marrero highlights the increasing amount of work happening in Dallas, and the artists making it.
In this installment, Catherine Trieschmann shares what happened when her daughter became addicted to "Frozen" Radio, and a musical re-education became imperative.