All stories by Howlround on BroadwayStars

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Theatre After 11/9: What Now? by HowlRound

By Charles Gershman. Playwright Charles Gershman talks with seven fellow theatre practitioners about the impact of the 2016 presidential election on their work and view of theatre.

Linked From HowlRound at 09:55AM

Livestreaming Arts Matter Advocacy Day hosted by MASSCreative at ArtsEmerson’s Paramount Theatre, Boston—#AMAD17—Tues, March 28 [CC] by HowlRound

By HowlRound TV. MASSCreative presents Arts Matter Advocacy Day livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at on Tuesday, March 28 at 10:00 a.…

Linked From HowlRound at 09:15AM
Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Gender Disparity, Hidden Carers, and Employment Opportunities: PIPA Trial by HowlRound

By Rachel Spencer Hewitt. Contributor Rachel Spencer Hewitt reports on the Parents in the Performing Arts consortium that is working to finding solutions for caregivers in the performing art…

Linked From HowlRound at 11:40AM
Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Livestreaming Conversation Claudia Rankine: On Whiteness—Friday, March 24 by HowlRound

By HowlRound TV. ArtsEmerson in Boston presents the conversation Claudia Rankine: On Whiteness livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at F…

Linked From HowlRound at 02:35PM

Vietgone, Hamilton and the Decolonization of American Theatre by HowlRound

By Arlene Martínez-Vázquez. Arlene Martínez-Vázquez looks at how colonization impacts her view of Hamilton and Vietgone.

Linked From HowlRound at 02:22PM
Sunday, March 12, 2017

Mysticism in the Theatre: What’s Needed Right Now by HowlRound

By Tom Block. Tom Block discusses the benefits of bringing mysticism into the world of artistic creators as we head into a difficult and divisive period in American history, and how a reinvi…

Linked From HowlRound at 01:00PM
Monday, March 6, 2017

Peace, Love, and Post-Traumatic Growth with the Combat Hippies by HowlRound

By Anthony Torres. Anthony Torres writes about how making art with other veterans has shaped his life.

Linked From HowlRound at 12:18PM

Livestreaming Convening: Art in the Service of Understanding: Bridging Artists, Military, Veterans, and Civilian Communities—Boston—Fri, March 10- by HowlRound

By HowlRound TV. The New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) is partnering with HowlRound to livestream the convening Art in the Service of Understanding: Bridging Artists, Military, Vete…

Linked From HowlRound at 10:22AM
Friday, March 3, 2017

The Christians Invites Political and Intellectual Humility by HowlRound

By Kyle Whalen. Kyle Whalen explores the “moments of the unknowable” in the Steppenwolf production of Lucas Hnath’s The Christians in Chicago, Illinois.

Linked From HowlRound at 02:40PM

Theatre DIY Don’ts: Don’t Write Checks You Can’t Cash by HowlRound

By Ricky Young-Howze. In this final installment, Ricky Young-Howze reflects on self-producing new work in a “theatre desert,” and acknowledges the importance of learning, wisdom, and res…

Linked From HowlRound at 01:18PM
Thursday, March 2, 2017

Theatre History As a Living Art by HowlRound

By Alisha Huber. Educator and theatre artist Alisha Huber discusses her teaching theatre history process.

Linked From HowlRound at 04:28PM

In Defense of Late Career Playwrights: Mamet's The Penitent and McNally's Penitent by HowlRound

By Jonathan Mandell. Jonathan Mandell compares The Penitent by David Mamet with Penitent by Terrance McNally, and argues that neither late-career playwright has anything for which to apologi…

Linked From HowlRound at 10:52AM
Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Livestreaming for World Theatre Day: Dreams Deferred: Crossing Continents and Cultures with ‘A Raisin in the Sun’—Washington, DC—Mon, March 27 by HowlRound

By HowlRound TV. Celebrate World Theatre Day with performances from South Africa, Sweden, and the US of an American classic A Raisin in the Sun . Livestreaming on HowlRound TV at howlround.t…

Linked From HowlRound at 12:20PM
Tuesday, February 28, 2017

One Man, Two Guvnors: When farce meets satire by HowlRound

By Anđela Vidović. Anđela Vidović critiques the relevance of a Croatian adaptation of Richard Bean's One Man, Two Guvnors.

Linked From HowlRound at 09:45AM
Monday, February 27, 2017

Theatre History Podcast # 23: Is It Happening Here? Dr. Paul Gagliardi on the Return of the Federal Theatre Project’s It Can’t Happen Here by HowlRound

By Michael Lueger. Michael Lueger talks with Dr. Paul Gagliardi about It Can’t Happen Here.

Linked From HowlRound at 12:52PM
Friday, February 24, 2017

Submitting Like A Man: Women's Futures Month by HowlRound

By Mya Kagan. Mya Kagan discusses the successes and challenges of self-producing a nationwide festival.

Linked From HowlRound at 12:36PM
Thursday, February 23, 2017

​“Awakening a Revolution”: Millennial Artists Fighting Back in the Trump Era by HowlRound

By Robin Goldberg, Stephen Gordon, Laurie Hochman, Naomi Ibasitas. Robin Goldberg interviews early career theatre artists about how their work has been impacted by the new US presidential ad…

Linked From HowlRound at 11:56AM

Truthful Intelligence: A Play about Power and Politics by HowlRound

By Holly L. Derr. Holly Derr writes about Jacqueline E. Lawton’s new play at Arena Stage, part of their Power Plays commissioning initiative.

Linked From HowlRound at 11:43AM
Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Subpoetics International: A Boat Constructed While on Water by HowlRound

By Seth Baumrin. Seth Baumrin, artistic director of Subpoetics International, discusses the history, process, and journey of a company working with the stories of refugees and displaced peop…

Linked From HowlRound at 04:11PM

Livestreaming Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s Creative Careers Panel: How to Apply—Regional Theatre Fellowships and Internships—Thurs, Feb 23—#cr by HowlRound

By HowlRound TV. Thinking about applying for a fellowship or internship in theatre? Hear from current fellows at regional theatre companies around the country including Berkeley Repertory Th…

Linked From HowlRound at 09:30AM
Friday, February 17, 2017

Looking Backwards to Move Forward with Paleo Theatre by HowlRound

By Em Piro. Em Piro images what a Paleo theatre practice would involve.

Linked From HowlRound at 11:54AM
Wednesday, February 15, 2017

In Search of an Artistic Sabbatical by HowlRound

By Tammy Ryan. Playwright and educator Tammy Ryan speaks to the benefits of taking a break in a field when there seems to be constant pressure to always be producing.

Linked From HowlRound at 11:34AM
Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Letters from Canadians to Americans: Yvette Nolan by HowlRound

By Yvette Nolan. In the first installment of this new series, a collaboration with Canada’s SpiderWebShow, Yvette Nolan ponders the porous boundary between the United States and Canada, an…

Linked From HowlRound at 10:49AM
Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Radical Empathy is the Theatre Artist’s New Job by HowlRound

By Tiffany Antone. Tiffany Antone makes a case for why we have to reconsider how/why we engage audiences, and why it is now every artist’s job to be out on the frontlines, cultivating radi…

Linked From HowlRound at 03:03PM
Monday, February 6, 2017

Theatre DIY Don’ts: Don’t Forget to Take Pictures by HowlRound

By Ricky Young-Howze. In this last installment, Ricky Young-Howze discusses the importance of having archival footage of new work, which serves as a historical document.

Linked From HowlRound at 11:42AM
Sunday, February 5, 2017

Theatre after Obama (or with Trump) by HowlRound

By Harvey Young. Harvey Young, chair of Northwestern University’s theatre department, looks at how American theatre has responded to a rise in conservativism to forecast not only what may …

Linked From HowlRound at 01:11PM

Staging a Conflict: Israel, Palestine, and the American Theatre by HowlRound

By Jamil Khoury. Jamil Khoury writes about curating a series of six staged readings about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and that power of theatre to speak to controversial issues.

Linked From HowlRound at 12:44PM
Saturday, February 4, 2017

When Family Inspires Political Protest Art by HowlRound

By Bryn Boice. Bryn Boice writes about how a rift with her father led her to begin work on a devised piece called I, Snowflake.

Linked From HowlRound at 12:01PM
Friday, February 3, 2017

China on Stage by HowlRound

By Jonathan Mandell. Jonathan Mandell digs into three recent productions in New York City— Made in China , Confucius , and Caught —that explore US-China relations.

Linked From HowlRound at 05:00PM

Absurd is “the new Normal” in 2017: Interview with Tina Brock, artistic director of IRC, Philadelphia’s only surreal theatre by HowlRound

By Henrik Eger. Henrik Eger interviews Tina Brock about how her company is responding to the current political climate in the US, and what she feels that absurdist theatre has to offer.

Linked From HowlRound at 04:00PM
Thursday, February 2, 2017

Middle Eastern America and the Theatre of Belonging by HowlRound

By Zeina Salame. Zeina Salame shares her experience attending a reading of Heather Raffo’s Noura produced by Noor Theatre, and discusses the social impact of Middle Eastern American theatr…

Linked From HowlRound at 01:11PM



All that Chat

Mar 26: Sweat - Studio 54