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By Cynthia P. Schneider. Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at Georgetown University, writes about the value of theatre as cultural diplomacy, and the Laboratory for Global…
By Cecilia Cackley, Gabriela Céspedes. Puppeteer Cecilia Cackley interviews Gabriela Céspedes, a leading caja lambe - lambe puppet artist based in Argentina.
By Jack Paterson. Jack Paterson meets with Winfried Wrede to talk about the development program Flausen he runs in Oldenburg, Germany.
By P. Carl, Martha Lavey. P. Carl talks with former Steppenwolf Artistic Director Martha Lavey, who passed away on April 25, 2017. This interview was originally published on February 15, 201…
By Trevor Boffone. Trevor Boffone writes about teaching Emilio Rodriguez’s Swimming While Drowning in an Intro to LGBT Studies class at the University of Houston.
By Michael Lueger. Dr. Esther Fernandez of Rice University talks about the Siglo de Oro Festival.
By Todd London. Todd London celebrates the work of Lynn Nottage.
By Una Chaudhuri. Una Chaudhuri announces a new project called CLIMATE LENS.
By Kenn Watt. Professor of Theatre Kenn Watt discusses environmental participatory performance.
By Cherry Lou Sy. Cherry Lou Sy looks at the one-woman show Mary Speaks written and performed by Angela Polite, about using Mary, the mother of Jesus, as a vehicle to explore black grief.
By Chantal Bilodeau. Chantal Bilodeau writes about an initiative called Climate Change Theatre Action.
By Tiffany Antone. Tiffany Antone announces her new initiative: the Protest Plays Project.
By Walter Bilderback. Dramaturg Walter Bilderback writes about the production of and audience engagement around Andrew Bovell's When the Rain Stops Falling at the Wilma Theater.
By W.M. Akers. The grace and fury in the performance of Jo Lampert as Joan in Joan of Arc: Into the Fire.
By Michael Lueger. Anne G. Morgan, Literary Manager and Dramaturg at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, talks about the Monte Cristo Cottage, Eugene O'Neill's childhood summer home, and the …
By Iulia Popovici. Iulia Popovici writes about independent theatre in Romania.
By Erin Washington. Erin Washington highlights Black women who are doing extraordinary work, and encourages others to leave shout-outs in the comments.
By Meida McNeal, Honey Pot Performance. Meida McNeal writes about the ethos and processes of creative collective Honey Pot Performance.
By Lauren Gunderson. Lauren Gunderson shares a video of her teaching a playwriting class on dialogue and asks the question: why theatre?
By Michael Lueger. Dr. Craig Barker talks about excavating Nea Paphos, an ancient theatre on the southwestern coast of Cyprus.
By Gábor Takács. Káva Drama/Theater in Education Association is one of the most important groups on the scene in Budapest in taking responsibility for the next generation. / A Káva Műhe…
By Jonathan Mandell. Jonathan Mandell considers why he resented the decency of Come From Away , a 9/11 musical.
By Viktor Szeri. We would like to dedicate the fourth article of the series to dance. Viktor Szeri, an up-and-coming dancer from Budapest, leads us into its secrets. / A sorozat negyedik pos…
By Anikó Varga. In the first post of the series, Budapest-based curator and theatre critic Anikó Varga gives us an overview of the young independent theatre field from the capital. / A sor…
By HowlRound. We're looking for the next HowlRound fellow!
By Kirsten Greenidge. “What’s that?” “I got a bracelet.” “What’s it say?” I hold up my wrist for my daughter to inspect. Her eyes widen. I explain. “Feminist just means boy…
By Christopher Diercksen. Team Awesome Robot wraps up their series on producing independent theatre in New York City.
By Lojo Simon. Lojo Simon writes about creating a reading and conversation series for her community.
By Kitty Drexel. Kitty Drexel writes about Stephen Sondheim's Assassins , and the need for artists to defend natinoal arts funding.
By Ioana Tamas. Ioana Tamas discusses the status of artists in Romania, i n this installment of the series leading up to the IETM Plenary Meeting in Bucharest.
By Michael Lueger. Michael Lueger talks with Dr. William O. Beeman about the Iranian performance tradition known as ta'ziyeh.