A Lover’s Guide to American Playwrights—I Married a Playwright
Towards a Queer Reclamation
The Art Part: A Two-Person Theatre Conference
Livestreaming The Future of Crowdfunding in Theatre Panel
A series of blogs discussing the impact of Hamilton on the Latinx community.
This series highlights many outstanding Afrolatin@ theatre artists around the United States who diligently offer the world their art.
In Pedagogy Notebook, artists, educators, and scholars share their process and work in the classroom, as a resource for educators and scholars looking to incorporate Latinx theatre.
Submitting Like a Man
The project examines what happens when a woman resubmits scripts to previously rejected opportunities, this time using a man’s name.
A retrospective of HowlRound's most popular and thought-provoking content for 2015, curated by HowlRound staff.
An exploration of the role of the elderly in the practice of American theatremaking.
Ben Yalom examines different approaches and practices in ensemble-building.
The OjO Experience by Jeffrey Carpenter
Jeffrey Caprenter details Ojo, an immersive experience which aspires toward a traveling, non-visual theatre.
Boy Writes Girl
This blog series analyzes the sanctified “Great Female Roles” written by men, and the patterns in which male playwrights craft female characters from myth, history, current events, or whole cloth.
Yellowface in the American Theatre
In response to the protest and aftermath of the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players’ now canceled production of The Mikado, this series addresses the racist performance and casting practices of Yellowface in the American Theatre.