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Neurodiversity Matters Conference
Video

Neurodiversity Matters Conference

Topics include Opportunities & Challenges with Neurodiverse Inclusion, Sensory Friendly Awareness, and much much more!

Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 April 2020
United States
The Promise of the Commons
Essay

The Promise of the Commons

by Javiera Benavente, Liza Bielby, David Bollier, Jamie Gahlon, Jax Gil, Matthew Glassman, Richard Newman, Gina Reichert, Jennie Rose Halperin, JD Stokely, Carlos Uriona
10 October 2019
Queer Theatre is Visionary Theatre
Essay

Queer Theatre is Visionary Theatre

by Rhiannon Collett
23 April 2019
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Neurodiversity Matters Conference
Video

Neurodiversity Matters Conference

Topics include Opportunities & Challenges with Neurodiverse Inclusion, Sensory Friendly Awareness, and much much more!

Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 April 2020
United States

Spectrum Theatre Ensemble presented Neurodiversity Matters Conference livestreamed on the global, commons-based, peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 April 2020 at 10 a.m. PDT (San Francisco, UTC-7) / 12 p.m. CDT (Chicago, UTC-5) / 1 p.m. EDT (New York, UTC-4) / 18:00 BST (London, UTC+1) / 19:00 CEST (Berlin, UTC+2)

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The Promise of the Commons
Essay

The Promise of the Commons

10 October 2019

In honor of World Commons Week 2019, a working group of eleven US-based arts and cultural makers share their vision on how adopting a commons-based approach can help transform the arts into a more equitable and just field.

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Queer Theatre is Visionary Theatre
Essay

Queer Theatre is Visionary Theatre

23 April 2019

Playwright and performer Rhiannon Collett examines the queer theatre landscape in Toronto.

We're Hiring a Communications Manager!
Essay

We're Hiring a Communications Manager!

20 December 2018

Are you interested in working for HowlRound? We’re hiring a full-time Communications Manager—details about applying within.

Celebrating Latinx Theatre Artists in Chicago
Essay

Celebrating Latinx Theatre Artists in Chicago

19 December 2018

Lucas Garcia talks about creating the first-ever Alliance of Latinx Theater Artists of Chicago awards ceremony.

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Who We Harm When Parenting Isn’t Considered
Essay

Who We Harm When Parenting Isn’t Considered

13 November 2018

Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts (PAAL) founder Rachel Spencer Hewitt discusses three crucial ways theatres can improve their support for parent artists. 

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Tracing the Origins of the Freak Show with Dr. Matt DiCintio
Podcast

Tracing the Origins of the Freak Show with Dr. Matt DiCintio

Theatre History Podcast #69

22 October 2018

In this week's Theatre History Podcast, Matt DiCintio on the origins of the freak show and its lasting influence on our perceptions of disability, race, and physical difference. 

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Exploring the Multiple Identities of Cluj
Series

Exploring the Multiple Identities of Cluj

This city series explores the strong history, diversity, and theatrical heritage of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Parent-Artist Advocacy
Series

Parent-Artist Advocacy

This series covers challenges faced by parent artists and builds on the work of the Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts (PAAL), a national resource hub and all-parent, all-discipline league advocating for a national standard of best practices for parents in the performing arts. 

#BLKARTS Presents: Black Womyn Going Dark!
Series

#BLKARTS Presents: Black Womyn Going Dark!

Erin Washington and Deanna Downes explore the history and legacy of Black women in the performing arts.

#IdentityWeek
Series

#IdentityWeek

Exploring the role of different gender, racial, sexual, and ethnic identities in theatre.

Disability in Theatre
Series

Disability in Theatre

This series explores issues of diversity, accessibility, exposure, and inclusion in the American theatre.

Race and Representation in American Theatre
Series

Race and Representation in American Theatre

Spurred by the controversies over the new adaptation of The Jungle Book that opened in 2014 in Chicago, this series of articles explores who is allowed to tell whose stories onstage.

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Taking the Temperature
Series

Taking the Temperature

Latinx Theatre Commons

A series of articles by HowlRound on a few issues facing Latinx theatre artists in the United States.