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National Black Theatre @ Home — Founder's Month
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National Black Theatre @ Home — Founder's Month

A letter to the future

⁣About the Series: NBT @ HOME: Founder’s Month Edition is a four-part conversations series with artists and NBT Family around Dr. Barbara Ann Teer's legacy.

Glod: Political Theatre as a Civil Right
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Glod: Political Theatre as a Civil Right

with BÉZNĂ Theatre

Glod: Political Theatre as a Civil Right is a series of political theatre screenings from around the world including from Romania, Lebanon, UK, Mexico, Palestine and Jordan. Join us every two weeks in solidarity with artists, activists and academics resisting from the ground.

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AATAB Online
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AATAB Online

A virtual reading series

We've gathered theatre artists from the AATAB community, the Boston theatre community, and friends across the country that are now virtually available, to explore a play in development by a Boston-based Asian American playwright, and experiment with how we can become even more creative storytellers through Zoom.

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Beyond the Western Canon
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Beyond the Western Canon

This five-part series features curators and artists who participated in the Stratford Festival Lab’s Beyond the Western Canon workshop series in the Summer of 2019.

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School of Resistance
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School of Resistance

A project of IIPM and NTGent, in cooperation with Akademie der Künste

A biweekly livestream with experts of change from around the world: artists, activists, politicians and philosophers.

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Directors Lab West Connects
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Directors Lab West Connects

Taking advantage of global possibilities to connect through online platforms and move our dialogue forward together

Directors Lab West is proud to present DIRECTORS LAB WEST CONNECTS, an 8-day series of live-streamed conversations and Q&As crafted for and by theater directors and choreographers that will reflect upon, explore, and inspire paths forward in the transformed and transforming nature of live theater. Curated to reflect a wide range of topics, each session will feature speakers sharing their unique perspectives for 30 minutes, followed by a live moderated 15-minute Q&A

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Translating the Future
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Translating the Future

Co-sponsored by PEN America, the Center for the Humanities at The Graduate Center CUNY, and the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library

Weekly hour-long online conversations with renowned translators.

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Café La MaMa
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Café La MaMa

Weekly live performances that experiment with form

Responding to calls for social isolation, Café La MaMa Live brings La MaMa's 1960s café aesthetic to a virtual platform that links performers and audiences in real time across distance. Guest curators each week give artists a digital platform to share their work with the world.

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Downtown Variety
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Downtown Variety

A weekly online live performance series that will feature short acts of dance, music, theater, new media, comedy, A/V performance, and more

Bringing La MaMa's 1960s café aesthetic to a virtual platform that links performers and audiences in real time across distance.

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Praxis Sessions for Virtual Collaboration
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Praxis Sessions for Virtual Collaboration

hosted by Unsettling Dramaturgy: Crip & Indigenous Dramaturgies ​​​​​​

Unsettling Dramaturgy is excited to launch our Praxis Sessions for Virtual Collaboration. In this 4-part series we will address approaches to, and practices in online convening that centre unsettling, decolonization, indigenization, and disability justice in process design. This series emerges from our year+ of work and research in transnational convening and creative collaboration through virtual mediums. This series has been developed as our response to the turn towards online organizing that has followed the COVID-19 crisis.

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