Yanira Castro, Meshell Ndegeocello, and Irene Hsiao create performance pieces for the at-home audience; Pride comes out of the closet with a new name.
Free Street, Collaboraction, and TimeLine put young theater artists in the frame.
A partnership with Little Red Schoolhouse brings art and nature together; plus a new home for Joel Hall Dancers and Collaboraction’s virtual season
A show reopens and closes under fire; plus new leadership and a new funding initiative for Black theater makers
We See You W.A.T. and Honk for Justice focus on anti-racism; Greenhouse and Random Acts of Theater dip into live performance again.
Victory Gardens and Raven name new leadership; J. Nicole Brooks wins a prestigious playwriting grant.