Narrative Sharing and Narrative Shifting with Digital Technology
Modes of Media in Digital Performance
The 2019 TCG National Conference
Livestreaming the 2019 Annual LMDA Conference
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I Ola ka Mo‘olelo
Perpetuating Our Stories Through Hawaiian Medium Theatre
Playwright and director Tammy Haili‘ōpua Baker talks about the history, practice, and importance of hana keaka—Hawaiian medium theatre.
Introducing Dillon Yruegas, HowlRound Fellow!
Join us in welcoming Dillon, the new HowlRound Fellow!
Harm Reduction in the Storefront Theatre Community
Tara Branham talks about the importance of harm reduction in the rehearsal hall and shares tools she uses in her practice to reduce risk and manage it if it arises.
Creating a Varied and Exciting Theatre Culture in Malawi
Isaac Mafuel looks at the dominant performance style in Malawian theatre and speaks to local theatremakers and enthusiasts about how to create a more varied and exciting landscape.
From Guest to Host
Melia Bensussen and Michael Wilson in Conversation
Melia Bensussen, incoming artistic director at Hartford Stage, talks with Michael Wilson, who previously ran the theatre for thirteen years.
Terror, Strength, Pain, Brilliance, and Children in Four Little Girls
Alex Ates examines the recent production of Christina Ham’s Four Little Girls at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
Put Some Latinx Representation in Your Puta Syllabus
Andres Osorio reflects on the fact that as a student of playwriting, he was never once assigned a play by a Latinx writer.
Learning from and Listening to Latinx Youth at the 2019 LTC TYA Sin Fronteras Festival and Convening
Marci R. McMahon reports on the 2019 Latinx Theatre Commons Theatre for Young Audiences Festival and Convening, which took place in January 2019 in Austin, Texas.
Rethinking the Purpose of British Arts Institutions
Lyn Gardner, theatre critic for the Guardian, looks at how several British theatre companies are redefining their mission and expanding in ways to be of greater benefit to their communities.
How Comedy Tells Us Who We Are
Professor Matthew McMahan talks about the importance of understanding comedy’s theatrical history: how it has evolved, what it says about a society, and why the genre shouldn’t be forgotten in the American theatre.