Caribbean Playwrights Challenge the Monolith of French Identity
13 January 2020
Amelia Parenteau discusses the Actions Caribéennes Théâtrales festival, which brought together francophones, francophiles, and theatre folks from around the world to witness staged readings of six French Caribbean plays in English translation.
The 2020 Under the Radar Festival Professional Symposium
at The Public Theater, New York
Thursday 9 January 2020
New York City
The Public Theater presented the 2020 Under the Radar Festival's Professional Symposium livestreaming from New York City on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Thursday 9 January 2020 at 9:30 a.m. EST (New York, UTC -5) / 14:30 GMT (London, UTC -0) / 15:30 CET (Berlin, UTC +1).
The Intersection of Digital Technology and Live Performance
Observations from HowlRound and SpiderWebShow’s Digital + Performance Convening
12 August 2019
May Antaki reflects on the Digital + Performance Convening, produced by HowlRound Theatre Commons and SpiderWebShow Performance, which focused on the intersection of digital technology and live performance.
In the lead-up to HowlRound’s Digital + Performance Convening, Michael Wheeler and Sydney Skybetter chatted, via Slack, about some of the big questions artists are faced with as they contemplate the connection between theatre and technology.
2019 Latinx Theatre Commons Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) Sin Fronteras Festival & Convening
Join the LTC in Austin, Texas for our first convening dedicated to work for young people!
Thursday 24 January to Saturday 26 January 2019
University of Texas at Austin & the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center
The Latinx Theatre Commons presented the 2019 Theatre for Young Audiences Sin Fronteras Festival & Convening livestreaming from Austin, Texas on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Thursday 24 January to Saturday 26 January 2019.
Mona Merhi reflects on four productions at France’s 2018 Avignon Festival that were created based on real-life events, people, or documentary material and questions whether staging documents is an ethical process.
Celebrating Historic Milestones While Critically Understanding the Past
15 January 2019
Gaven Trinidad examines the recent exhibition Dance We Must: Treasures from Jacob’s Pillow and wrestles with cultural appropriation vs. cultural appreciation when it comes to costume design throughout history.