How To Prep A Board For An Organizational Pivot
Radical Inclusion of Parent Artists
Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work from The Public Theater, New York
Livestreaming Monuments: Shaping Public Space, Memory & Culture: Discussion
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How to Care for Your Queer Playwright
Development, Community, and Fresh Air
Playwright Abraham Johnson reflects on the 2018 Lambda Emerging LGBTQ Voices Retreat, and the importance of supporting emerging Queer playwrights.
Breaking Away from the Institution
How to Take Control of Your Education
Theatre student Abigail Warhus talks about feeling stuck at university and taking her education into her own hands.
When the Invisible Illness Becomes Visible
Dramaturg Sara Brookner interviews actor/director Megan Simcox about equitable casting, and why they founded ACTive Roles Theatre Company.
Economic Precarity and Resiliency in Theatre
an American Psalm
Playwright Caridad Svich reflects on the economic reality of working in theatre.
Tilikum and Wading into Better Criticism
Yasmin Zacaria Mikhaiel talks about the importance of “good” criticism through the lens of Kristiana Rae Colón’s play Tilikum.
On Harassment Policies for Critics in the Age of #MeToo
Kitty Drexel discusses how the New England theatre community is working to improve their harassment policies, and what the critic's role can be in making inclusive spaces that are safe for all.
Where Playwrights Love Playwrights (and Actors, Directors, and Producers)
Leslie C. Lewis looks at how playwrights are working together and building community with Rough Draught Playwrights in Denver, Colorado.
What Indigenous Writers Can Bring to Theatre
Ishmael Hope (Tlingit) writes about why we need to support Native playwrights.
Healing Stories from Naa Kahidi Theatre
Actor and former Naa Kahidi Theatre ensemble member Allan Hayton(Gwich’in) reflects on the history of the company and how theatre can be used as a tool for community building and healing.
Navigating Western Theatre And Ancient Inupiaq Responsibilities
Playwright Lucas Rowley (Inupiaq) reflects on navigating expectations of Western theatre while also balancing his Inupiaq traditions and community responsibilities.