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Anticolonial Creative Collaboration and the Development of Mirror Butterfly
Essay

Anticolonial Creative Collaboration and the Development of Mirror Butterfly

by Benjamin Barson, Gizelxanath Rodriguez
15 August 2019
Afro Blue, un homenaje
Essay

Afro Blue, un homenaje

A Room of My Own

by Jadele McPherson
11 April 2017
The Biggest Arts Education Phenomenon in the World—But Not in Theatre, Yet
Essay

The Biggest Arts Education Phenomenon in the World—But Not in Theatre, Yet

by Eric Booth
9 January 2017
actors onstage
Anticolonial Creative Collaboration and the Development of Mirror Butterfly
Essay

Anticolonial Creative Collaboration and the Development of Mirror Butterfly

15 August 2019

Ben Barson and Gizelxanath Rodriguez, part of the Afro Yaqui Music Collective, talk about artivism—what it means, what it can look like—in relation to building a jazz opera with various communities around the world.

Afro Blue, un homenaje
Essay

Afro Blue, un homenaje

A Room of My Own

11 April 2017

In this third installment, Jadele McPherson discusses how artists (both past and present) influence each other across the African diaspora, and advocates for more contemporary artists to acknowledge their ancestors.

The Biggest Arts Education Phenomenon in the World—But Not in Theatre, Yet
Essay

The Biggest Arts Education Phenomenon in the World—But Not in Theatre, Yet

9 January 2017

Eric Booth discusses the El Sistema model, an international music training program for young people living in poverty across the globe, and advocates for a similar widespread program for the theatre community.

Toward a Sensory Theatre / Hacia un Teatro Sensorial
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Toward a Sensory Theatre / Hacia un Teatro Sensorial

10 September 2016

Beatriz Afonso Santos describes her process of exploring theatre and theatremaking techniques that involve all the senses. Read it in English and in Spanish!