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.
Brian Lobel’s new Zoom show makes you think about how television and pop culture has seeped into every aspect of our lives.
In part 2 of a special 2-part episode, four BIPOC critics sit down to discuss the good and the problematic sides of “Hamilton” on Disney+
In part one of a special two-part episode, the Friends interview George Salazar of “Be More Chill” and “Little Shop of Horrors.”
The director and artistic leader of Movement Theatre Company talks about what the company is doing now during quarantine.
….And theaters and producers are forced to reckon with their complicity in racist and sexist behaviors
The Friends review a phone opera and “Pipeline” by Dominique Morisseau, and talk to Taylor Reynolds of the Movement Theatre Company.