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Through A Black Woman’s Lens
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Through A Black Woman’s Lens

A six-part virtual panel series examining the world of Broadway, Hollywood, Business, Literature, Spirituality, Sexuality, Academia and Misogynoir through a Black Woman’s perspective

A 6-part series with some America’s leading Black women from the world of literature, film, academia, theater, tech and business

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Without Borders: Dramaturgy in the New Decade / Sin Fronteras: Dramaturgismo en la Nueva Década
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Without Borders: Dramaturgy in the New Decade / Sin Fronteras: Dramaturgismo en la Nueva Década

Examining how dramaturgy lives, breathes, and changes

Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas presents Without Borders: Dramaturgy in the New Decade / Sin Fronteras: Dramaturgismo en la Nueva Década livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Monday 28 June and Tuesday 29 June.

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Reactor's laboratory for creation and experiment
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Reactor's laboratory for creation and experiment

Produced and presented by Reactor in Cluj, Romania.

A series of five performances created through a laboratory-type process and a presentation of that process by the artists who created them. The project aims to support artistic research in the Romanian theatre, through documenting and archiving different processes of creation and distributing this information to professionals and students of performative arts, as well as to the public. The performances are produced by the independent theatre Reactor, based in Cluj, Romania.

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Home: Asian Voices Reading Series
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Home: Asian Voices Reading Series

Since the start of the pandemic last year, Asian Americans have faced constant and deadly racist violence. “Stop AAPI Hate,” a reporting database, received 3,795 reports of anti-Asian-American discrimination between March 19, 2020, and Feb. 28, 2021; women reported hate incidents at 2.3 times the rate of men. The LA Writers Center asked "what can we do?" We think by telling more Asian American stories, we can affirm that this community is a vital part of the American narrative. With this in mind, we are launching the "Home: Asian Voices Reading Series".

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2016 Latinx Theatre Commons Pacific Northwest Regional convening
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2016 Latinx Theatre Commons Pacific Northwest Regional convening

The 2016 Latinx Theatre Commons Pacific Northwest Regional convening brought together over eighty Latinx and allied teatristas or theatremakers to the Glenn Hughes Penthouse Theatre, University of Washington School of Drama in Seattle, Washington to engage in a national dialogue on the building a Latinax Theatre movement in the Pacific Northwest.

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Unrehearsed Futures: Conversations in Theatre Pedagogy
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Unrehearsed Futures: Conversations in Theatre Pedagogy

Possibility, Plurality, and Planetarity

Unrehearsed Futures is a series of public conversations about the realities of teaching and practicing drama in these changing times, held between global drama school heads, performance trainers, theatre makers and drama scholars.

A presentation during the Puppet Theatre conference in Salzburg, Austria, 2020. Philippe Brunner (center), director of the Salzburg Marionette Theatre, displays one of the oldest puppets in the company’s collection, while Barabara Heuberger (left) describes the figure’s history and significance, joined onstage by Piero Corbella (right).
Where Puppets Move
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Where Puppets Move

The events surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic have dragged performers into a sort of ideological rabbit hole, entirely dislocated from the artifice and audiences that comprise the more familiar theatrical experience. After more than a year of adapting rehearsals and sharing Zoom link tickets, many of these changes have forced artists to reimagine every aspect of their work on both sides of the curtain. Puppetry—with a unique and diverse relationship to theatrical space, and the plasticity of its performers—has, historically, found itself well-positioned to thrive in ever changing, often hidden, and deliberately reimagined environments like the ones we endure today. This series draws on work by a wide range of professionals hailing from both academic and performance fields to explore the unique power of puppets in their spaces, existing between the real and imagined, supremely adaptable to a world turned upside down.

Kunafa and Shay
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Kunafa and Shay

Kunafa and Shay will focus on MENA theatre post-9/11 to today, highlighting contemporary MENA plays and playwrights, spotlighting international community-engaged work in the Arab world, and pondering the present and future of MENA theatre in the United States.

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Teacakes and Tarot with Will Wilhelm
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Teacakes and Tarot with Will Wilhelm

One part cocktail party and one part slumber party!

Theatre, Classics, and the future of queer inclusive practices are all in the cards during this intimate interview series with your next artistic crush

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Master Classes
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Master Classes

With the National Institute for Directing and Ensemble Creation

Pangea World Theater and Art2Action present the next installment of the National Institute for Directing and Ensemble Creation.

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