We know why art matters. But for whatever reason, what’s obvious to us isn’t resonating beyond our own producing entities.
Kitty Felde’s play, “The Luckiest Girl,” tackles offensive stereotypes. But finding an actor to play a blackface character from Dutch folklore wasn’t easy.
Change, survival, and the hypnotizing aspects of reality — in the theatre, in the woods, and elsewhere.
“Both the press and the theater are in crisis. They probably always were…”
What now? A conversation between Steven Leigh Morris and Rebecca Metz on the next steps for 99-seat theatre.
Sometimes, on a bicycle, in order to better understand where you’re going, you have to look backwards.