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RTC's 2021 Broadway lineup includes Trouble in Mind, Birthday Candles, 1776, and Caroline, or Change.
Aleshea Harris, Dael Orlandersmith, Jeremy O. Harris, Rubén Polendo, and Martyna Majok are among the cohort of Artistic Instigators.
The latest play in the Rhinebeck Panorama will be streamed on YouTube to benefit The Actors Fund.
Eight New York City-based leaders will take part in the fifth round of the initiative for BIPOC leaders in the field.
The presentation, directed by Bob Balaban, will raise funds for East Hampton's Guild Hall.
Cori Thomas, J Nicole Brooks, Betty Shamieh, Regina Taylor, and Basil Kreimendahl are part of the third, three-year NPRP cohort.
The Andrew Fried–helmed documentary will drop on the streaming platform in July.
The Tina star will lead the evening of music, dance, spoken word, and storytelling on June 29.
Five actors from the BIPOC community will also have the opportunity to perform for a panel of industry leaders during the forum.
Broadway Bares: Top Bottoms of Burlesque offered a signature twist on 42nd Street.
Blair Underwood, Joe Morton, and more star in the benefit performance for The Classical Theatre of Harlem.
The powerful tribute is created by resident director Tiffany Nichole Greene with words by poet Carvens Lissaint.
With Jason Veasey, Robin de Jesús, Doreen Montalvo, and more, the three-day event will amplify the voices of BIPOC artists within the LGBTQI+ community.
The decision was made following public allegations of poor working conditions, as well as racial and gender discrimination.
The union pledges to take several steps towards better protecting and empowering its members, and working towards an equitable future.
In a statement, leadership of the Off-Off-Broadway theatre company has accepted full responsibility and pledged to transform the institution.
Hypokrit, which develops work by artists of color and prioritizes bringing new audiences to the theatre, is a company that operates on its own terms.
The In the Heights, Wicked, and Hamilton star shares why getting personal can be so powerful.
The event, which will lift up the Black Queer and Trans community, will kick off at 3 PM in Harlem on June 19.
Kimber Lee, Mona Mansour, and Sung Rno are also recipients of the $25,000 prize from The New York Community Trust.
Neither the school nor the theatre will produce a season of plays in 2020–2021.
The five-episode podcast, launching June 16, is hosted by Playbill's Mark Peikert.
The series will raise funds and awareness for the #BlackLivesMatter movement and organizations fighting for equity and justice.
The Protest series, curated by Daniel Bailey, features work by Benedict Lombe, Matilda Ibini, Fehinti Balogun, Anoushka Lucas, Kalungi Ssebandeke, and Roy Williams.
Mary Testa and Michael McGrath also starred in Red Bull's hit 2017 production.
The discussion, taking place June 16, will raise money for NAACP Empowerment Programs.
The reading, directed by Whitney White, will stream June 17 on MCC's YouTube.
#KeepSharingTheMic, spearheaded by Dionne Figgins, is inspired by #ShareTheMicNow.
Presented annually by The Dramatists Guild of America, Jackson is being honored for his A Strange Loop score.
The play is about how transparency and honesty will pave the way for a balanced relationship, one that is no longer oppressive, in the industry.