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By Stephanie Díaz, Regina García. In this installment of La Esquinita , puppeteer Stephanie Diaz shares her journey to puppetry and discusses her creative process.
By Corey Ruzicano. Corey Ruzicano interviews director Leigh Silverman as part of the Battle Series.
By Pearl Cleage. Play recommendations from playwright Pearl Cleage for contextualizing the current anger felt by many Americans.
By Ricky Young-Howze, Ali Stroker. Ricky Young-Howze talks with actor Ali Stroker about changing people’s perceptions about performers with disabilities.
By Joris Weijdom. Researcher and lecturer Joris Weijdom of HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, Netherlands on what the Internet of things, transmedia, and mixed reality might mean for theatr…
By John J. Caswell Jr.. Playwright John J. Caswell, Jr. meditates on the trajectory of queer theatre, and the tendency to normalize the form.
By Marissa Wolf, Nathan Louis Jackson. Marissa Wolf, Director of New Works at Kansas City Rep, talks with playwright in residency Nathan Louis Jackson.
By Corey Bradberry. Corey Bradberry’s theme and production considerations for staging Moby Dick for a contemporary audience in the deep South.
By Rick Stemm. In this second installment, Rick Stemm delves deeper into his creative process for Heroes Must Die.
By Trevor Boffone, Roxanne Schroeder-Arce. Trevor Boffone and Roxanne Schroeder-Arce on the Cara Mía Theatre Company and Dallas Theater Center coproduction of the new play Deferred Action i…
By Meg Greene. Meg Greene explores the casting process as a socially responsible practice that considers and values gender identity.
By Abraham Benson-Goldberg. Abraham Benson-Goldberg writes about how theatres can be better at attracting young audiences, based on his experiences in Seattle, WA and Tel Aviv, Israel.
By HowlRound TV. Theatre Communications Group presents the 2016 TCG National Conference: Theatre Nation (ASL-interpreted) livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound T…
By HowlRound TV. Theatre Communications Group and the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics (the Lab) present a Global Pre-Conference livestreaming on the global, commons-based, pee…
By Donna Hoke. Playwright Donna Hoke writes about Elizabeth Coplan’s The Grief Dialogues project, which uses theatre to start conversations around death and grieving.
By Stacey Venzel. Actor Stacey Venzel shares how theatre performance techniques help her cope with her anxiety.
By HowlRound TV. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival Presents Two Playwrights Talk Vietgone , a Festival Noon Conversation with Peter Sagal (Host of NPR’s Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! ) and Qu…
By HowlRound TV. FoolsFURY in San Francisco presents the FURY Factory Festival of Ensemble and Devised Theater livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network a…
By Marcina Zaccaria. Marcina Zaccaria discusses Rolando Sanz’s role in producing and presenting the opera I Am Anne Hutchinson/I Am Harvey Milk by Andrew Lippa.
By Patrick Gaughan, Mark Ball. Patrick Gaughan explores audience engagement and the relative merit of the Q&A in conversation with Mark Ball, artistic director of the London Internationa…
By Clinnesha Sibley. Clinnesha Sibley on the struggle to survive as a black woman theatre artist in academia and coming home.
By Amy Brady. Amy Brady interviews Shaun Neblett about hip-hop inspired theatre, Black Lives Matter, and getting young audiences excited about theatre.
By Haydee Canovas. Haydee Canovas on Carlos-Manuel’s Joto!: Confessions of a Mexican Outcast, directed by Jimmy A. Noriega, in Wooster, Ohio.
By Mya Kagan. Mya Kagan wonders if perhaps women’s submission habits differ from men’s, and whether this affects production statistics.
By Kimi Eisele. Kimi Eisele writes about a new engagement piece presented by Borderlands Theater in partnership with Saguaro National Park.
By Rob Orchard, Robert Brustein. Rob Orchard writes about Robert Brustein’s career of writing political theatre, and shares an audio recording of a new satirical skit.
By HowlRound TV. Boston Dance Alliance presents the Wheels UP! Keynote Conversation on Artistry and Athleticism between Judith Smith , Co-founder and Artistic Director AXIS Dance Company and…
By Sara Zweig. Sara Zweig on The Robber Bridegroom with book and lyrics by Alfred Uhry, and music by Robert Waldman at The Roundabout Theatre Company in New York City.
By Jim Markus. Following claims of sexual harrassment in Chicago’s improv comedy community, the organization Not In Our House was formed address sexual harrassment in theatre.
By HowlRound TV. The VORTEX in Austin, Texas presents a performance of Privacy Settings: A Promethean Tale conceived and directed by Heather Barfield livestreaming on the global, commons-bas…
By Amy Schwabauer. Amy Schwabauer on Death of a Man by Jairo Cuesta in Akron, Ohio.