Mncedisi Baldwin Shabangu writes about his career as an acclaimed actor and director in South Africa, and the decisions that led him to currently work exclusively in a rural village.
Trevor Boffone interviews playwright Magdalena Gómez about her work at Carnaval and beyond.
In the first installment of his series, Jake Rosenberg calls for a genre theatre that embraces the fantastic and counters Realism.
Theatre artist Mxolisi Masilela pens a love letter to South African community theatre.
Jonathan Martin shares moments and memories from his month-long trip touring and teaching in South Africa.
Actor and Tumblr curator Lynne Marie Rosenberg shares her guide for writing inclusive casting breakdowns.
Antonio Lyons describes his evolving relationship to South Africa and discusses the country’s rich theatrical history.
Lisa Portes on the power of shared leadership and collective action as embodied by the Latina/o Theatre Commons.
Victor Maog interviews two leaders from outside of the not-for-profit theatre world: teacher Tommie Lindesy, Jr. and producer Jhett Tolentino.
Snehal Desai outlines important things to keep in mind when creating or implementing a diversity and inclusion program.
Godfrey L. Simmons, Jr. writes about the discoveries made by Civic Ensemble in Ithaca, NY.
In the second installment of his media design series, Daniel Fine discusses the important connection between media design and dramaturgy in effective storytelling onstage.
Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll and Deena Selenow provide practical advice for making recruitment, retainment, and casting practices more equitable and inclusive.
Michael Rohd with an update on the Center for Performance and Civic Practice’s Catalyst Initiative.
LaTeshia Ellerson talks with Amanda Farnsworth about her work as an artist and activist in Selma, Alabama.
Teresa Simone discusses examples of children’s performance that aren’t considered “theatre” in the third installment of her Why I Hate Children's Theatre series.
Director Emma Went interviews international arts activist Lisa Wolpe about the origins and ethos of TranShakespeare.
MJ Kaufman interviews playwright, director, and performer Azure D. Osborne-Lee about his plays and what he sees in the field as a trans artist.
Marisela Barrera writes about San Antonio in the sixth installment of our series about the state of Latina/o theatre in Texas.
Playwright and poet Joann Farías calls out her community to show up at the theatre to support Latina/o theatre artists.