Jenna Worsham and Catya McMullen created Homebound to benefit No Kids Hungry, providing nourishment for hungry children and for artists in need of purpose.
The Friends review 2 audio plays: ‘Richard II’ and ‘Julia Pastrana.’ Plus playwright Clare Barron drops by to talk about sex.
The CEO of National Black Theatre talks about programming during COVID, NBT’s Vision Forward Fund, and how she stays hopeful.
The playwright talks about the new Kilroys List, her play “72 Miles to Go” and how she wants to use art to create empathy for undocumented immigrants.
You love his performances in “Fun Home,” “Oedipus El Rey,” and “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice,” now meet Mr. Pérez, the playwright.
The Friends discuss ‘The Copper Children’ by Karen Zacarías and interview Hilary Bettis about the new Kilroys List.
By casting actors of color as historical white figures, the two musicals give drastically different interpretations of history and who gets to tell a story.
How two Afro/Black-Latinx artists got together to create a new commission and festival to celebrate their community.
After a health scare, the Pulitzer-winning playwright is finding joy by producing Bard at the Gate—plays that she would love to see if she ran a theater.
Prolific playwright Karen Zacarias talks about having two of her plays streamed online, and how she became an American citizen two years ago.