Changing culture requires shifts in thinking as radical as adapting to virtual reality.
A former cabbie talks to writer Reginald Edmund about Ride Share at Writers Theatre—and the real-life experiences that inspired it.
A movement for pay equity and transparency for theater designers scores a victory; Black Lives Black Words kicks off a new discussion series.
Black women deal with loss in new digital plays by Perceptions Theatre and Black Lives Black Words.
An overview of theater, dance, music, pop-up performances, and other artists and activists that you should know about—this season and year-round
The Public Theater, Black Lives, Black Words, and Hell in a Handbag put it all online.
If you want to decolonize theater, start with the script.