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By David Lozano, Karen Zacarías, Alex Alpharaoh. A conversation between actor and writer Alex Alpharaoh, director David Lozano, and playwright Karen Zacarías about the inspiration for and …
By Helen Schultz. Following the success of The Wolves , Helen Schultz looks at why are there so few dramas about teenage girls on stage and compiles a short list of plays about teenage girls…
By Peter Sinn Nachtrieb. Meet the staff of one Bay Area theatre company and see how their lives, jobs, and homes interact and affect the artistic ecology of the Bay Area.
By Kirsten Greenidge. Playwright Kirsten Greenidge and her family travel to feminist historical landmarks around New England.
By Colleen Murphy. Canadian playwright Colleen Murphy writes about the importance of including Indigenous characters in plays and Indigenous artists in the process of making them.
By Chantal Bilodeau. Chantal Bilodeau kicks off this week's series on Theatre in the Age of Climate Change, and argues that we as a theatre community need to recognize when our practices and…
By Sara Brookner, Emily Mann. Dramaturg Sara Brookner kicks off a new series of interviews with theatremakers with chronic illnesses.
By Martha Steketee, Ethan Lipton. Ethan Lipton returns to his artistic home at Public and Joe’s Pub in New York City to play with toys, musical storytelling, and space travel.
By Trevor Boffone. Trevor Boffone writes about the effects Hurricane Harvey has had on the theatre community in Houston, Texas.
By Talleri McRae. Talleri McRae summarizes a breakout session she co-led at the 2017 Theatre Communications Group Annual Conference.
By Mike Lew, Rehana Lew Mirza. Rehana Lew Mirza and Mike Lew document their first year as parents and Playwrights-in-Residence at Ma-Yi.
By Abigail Vega. Abigail Vega writes about the process for choosing shows for the 2017 Encuentro de las Américas festival.
By MJ Kaufman. MJ Kaufman writes about the decision not to see To the End of the Land at Lincoln Center.
By Allison Raynor, Walt McGough. Allison Raynor and Walt McGough discuss how productions that provoke or play to audiences’ fears offer a shared intense experience, which can be useful to …
By Samantha Mueller. Samantha Mueller, a theatre practitioner who works with the special needs community, talks about Seesaw Theatre which creates multi-sensory work for children with autism.
By Holly Lombardo. World Fringe Day is July 11, 2017.
By Michael Lueger. Dr. Amy Hughes, Dr. Naomi Stubbs, and Dr. Scott D. Dexter discuss the diary of Harry Watkins, a 19th-century actor, playwright, and stage manager.
By Kaite O'Reilly. Kaite O’Reilly addresses how reimagining disability can open up creative possibilities on stage in content, aesthetics, and form.
By Ashleigh Worley. Director and educator Ashleigh Worley talks about process versus product, advocating for giving students opportunities to grow as artists.
By Brett Aresco. Brett Aresco looks at personal comedy theatre and recent shows by Neal Brennan and Mike Birbiglia.
By Amanda Prahl. A fairy tale for our modern age? A consideration of Anastasia by Amanda Prahl.
By Robert Hubbard. Minnesota’s favorite storyteller: Kevin Kling.
By Michael Lueger. Dr. Joseph F. Stephenson of Abilene Christian University talks about The Dutch Lady , an anonymous Restoration-era play in the holdings of the Boston Public Library that h…
By HowlRound. Join us in welcoming Stokely, the new HowlRound Fellow!
By Trevor Boffone. Trevor Boffone looks at the provocation of Native Gardens by Karen Zacarías in Houston and the conversations it’s starting about Latinx theatre.
By Café Onda, Abigail Vega. The Latinx Theatre Commons receives the Peter Zeisler Memorial Award.
By Gary English. Gary English looks at the production Other Places by the Palestinian theatre group Al Khashabi Ensemble.
By Michael Lueger. A conversation with members of the Medieval Convent Drama project, based at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.
By Zach Fraser. Zach Fraser reveals the puppet theatre community of Montreal.
By Jonathan Garfinkel. Playwright and poet Jonathan Garfinkel on what draws him to Montreal.
By Erin Lindsay. This week on HowlRound, we look at the city of Montreal through the lens of several artists who navigate its theatre scene. This series not only explores the dynamics of Mon…