Female Playwrights, Hispanic Comedia
Artists In a Time of Global Pandemic (ASL & Captioned)
Livestreaming SEGAL TALKS: Toshiki Okada (Japan)
A series discussing the state of deaf theatre and deaf representation.
Myths and MFAs
Isabella D'Esposito speaks on the common myths she hears while pursuing a Master of Fine Arts.
Donald Sanborn interviews composers.
Theatre DIY Don’ts by
In this series, Ricky Young-Howze shares his experience of starting his own not-for-profit theatre company and offers advice.
Theatre-ing While Disabled
Kate Langsdorf writes about her experience with different jobs in theatre.
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.