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Playwrights Say #NeverAgain
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Playwrights Say #NeverAgain

by Rachael Carnes
8 May 2018
Impacts of Raleigh’s Women’s Theatre Festival, One Year Later
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Impacts of Raleigh’s Women’s Theatre Festival, One Year Later

by Katy Koop
25 September 2017
Dramatizing Faith in the Post-Trump Era
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Dramatizing Faith in the Post-Trump Era

A Conversation between Director June Guralnick and Playwright Suzanne Bradbeer

by Suzanne Bradbeer, June Guralnick
18 June 2017
Playwrights Say #NeverAgain
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Playwrights Say #NeverAgain

8 May 2018

Rachael Carnes discusses organizing Playwrights Say Never Again to School Shootings, a new anthology of work on gun violence by nineteen playwrights with readings all over the United States.

Impacts of Raleigh’s Women’s Theatre Festival, One Year Later
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Impacts of Raleigh’s Women’s Theatre Festival, One Year Later

25 September 2017

North Carolina based theatremaker Katy Koop reflects on the impact of the Women’s Theatre Festival on Raleigh’s theatre community since its launch in 2016.  

Dramatizing Faith in the Post-Trump Era
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Dramatizing Faith in the Post-Trump Era

A Conversation between Director June Guralnick and Playwright Suzanne Bradbeer

18 June 2017

Conversation between director June Guralnick and playwright Suzanne Bradbeer about The God Game, plays about faith post-election, and the division of church and state.

Collidescope 3.0
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Collidescope 3.0

Adventures in Pre-and Post-Racial America

20 May 2017

Yuko Kurahashi talks about the Collidescope 3.0 project, which uses movement, video projections, and soundscape to explore black and white relations in American history.

Socially Responsible Theatre?
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Socially Responsible Theatre?

6 October 2016

Andrew Jacobs discusses his senior theatre project in college, sharing his observations about what it means to create and maintain a socially responsible theatre on a local level. 

Local Art and the Local Economy
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Local Art and the Local Economy

8 August 2016

Brianna Susan Smith discusses strategies for theatre companies to invest in the local communities they serve.

The Youngest People in the Room
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The Youngest People in the Room

Dramaturgy in Undergraduate Theatre Programs

15 May 2016

Jeanmarie Higgins, Professor of Dramaturgy at UNC Charlotte, presents strategies for decentralizing and distributing the dramaturg's role among groups of students and faculty who collaborate on a variety of research-driven tasks.

Notes from a Latina at the Black Theatre Conference in Winston Salem, North Carolina
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Notes from a Latina at the Black Theatre Conference in Winston Salem, North Carolina

3 October 2015

PhD candidate Daphnie Sicre writes about her experience presenting at the Black Theatre Conference.

Alienated, alone and in the majority
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Alienated, alone and in the majority

Urban Garden pursues other white men in Vogue Men's Fashions

29 August 2013

Byron Woods writes about Vogue Men's Fashions, and the controversial idea that white men are being isolated and alienated from greater society.

“Pigmeat” and Company
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“Pigmeat” and Company

A Legacy of Black Performance in Durham, NC

20 July 2012

Kashif Jerome Powell on the legacy of Dewy “Pigmeat” Markham on the Black Performance work in the  Durham, North Carolina theater scene, its influcence on the work of local theatermaker Mike Wiely, and the continuation of  said conversation in the current Black performace scene in Durham. 

Interview with Joseph Haj
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Interview with Joseph Haj

19 July 2012

For the North Carolina "Triangle" City Series, Lauren Keating interviews director Joseph Haj about theatre-making in a prison, divserity in theatre-leadership, and his path towards artistic direction.

Everything We Plant Grows
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Everything We Plant Grows

16 July 2012

For the North Carolina: "Triangle" Cities Series, writer Monica Byrne chronicles her relocation to Durham, and the range of passionate theatre artists working there.

The Weekly Howl Tuesday, July 17
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The Weekly Howl Tuesday, July 17

The Triangle Region

15 July 2012

This week's topic of discussion will focus on The Triangle region of North Carolina, which we're exploring all week on HowlRound. We'll be joined by Byron Woods and other contributors from this week. Stay tuned for more updates!

Alternate ROOTS Annual Meeting in Arden, North Carolina—Tuesday 7 August - Sunday 12 August 2012
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Alternate ROOTS Annual Meeting in Arden, North Carolina—Tuesday 7 August - Sunday 12 August 2012

Alternate ROOTS presented their 36th Annual Business Meeting & Artists Retreat: "Traditions," livestreamed on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv from Tuesday 7 August through Sunday 12 August 2012 in Arden, North Carolina.

North Carolina "Triangle" City Series
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North Carolina "Triangle" City Series

A series featuring voices from in and around the theatre communities of Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh.

A Female Look into Theatre in the North Carolina Triangle with the Ladies of Triangle Theatre in North Carolina—Sunday 15 July 2012
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A Female Look into Theatre in the North Carolina Triangle with the Ladies of Triangle Theatre in North Carolina—Sunday 15 July 2012

Ladies of Triangle Theatre (LoTT) discussed the state of theatre for ladies working in the Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill areas of North Carolina livestreamed on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Sunday 15 July 2012 at 4 p.m. PDT / 6 p.m. CDT / 7 p.m. EDT.