Robert Hooks talks about 50 years of the Negro Ensemble Company.
Viver Brasil’s spirits rise in celebration of 20 years with Afro-Brazillian music and dance.
L.A. playwright Oliver Mayer teams up with Urban Theatre Movement to present “Yerma in the Desert”.
Joking Around With Sexual Assault On Survivors’ Behalf: Diana Varco Talks Pole-Dancing, Rape, and ‘Shattered’
Diana Varco turns adversity into art in her one-woman show, “Shattered”.
Coeurage Theatre Co’s new play about the 18th century physicist Gabrielle Émilie Le Tonnelier de Breteuil.
Michael Van Duzer sits down with Playwrights’ Arena’s new Literary Manager Adrian Centeno.
Black Lives Matter: Ben Guillory talks Paul Robeson, Danny Glover, the Harlem Renaissance, and the Importance of Black Theater
Ben Guillory and the Paul Robeson Theatre Festival: “Harlem To Central Avenue”.
The Blind Dance Company talks about their first performance.
The life and career of Laura Zucker.
The Antaeus Theatre Company’s Rob Clare talks diversity in “As You Like It”.