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With Mellon Foundation support, TCG will gift book credits to 50 libraries, educational institutions, and community organizations to help expand and diversify their drama collections.
This episode features a monologue by Raquel Almazan, performed by Jose Febus, dramatizing the community activism of Young Lords organizer Jose Jiménez.
This month Brian talks to the Mexican American playwright about his educational path, his early years in New York, and his process for writing poetic plays.
Swept up first as a fan of Julian Beck and Judith Malina's legendary experimental ensemble, he became one of its essential members.
A TYA radio play-turned-musical opens this weekend at the Kennedy Center, with accessibility and community at the forefront.
The March convening will be held in Boston, the same city that hosted LTC's first convening.
Amanda Szeglowski has been promoted to co-director, with the remaining director positions expected to be filled by June.
His next gig is at Encore Musical Theatre in Michigan.
A roundup of prizes, fellowships, and other recognitions.
A writer whose plays were infused with the late actor's presence and spirit gives tribute.
Scott Jackson has been promoted to executive artistic director, while Debra Gasper has been promoted to producing director.
This month, we look at joy as a candle in the darkness and hear from artists Yao Nana Dogbe and Michelle Renee Bester.
Known for its emphasis on education and artistic exploration, this longstanding cultural institution now programs 4 stages in 2 locations.
Friends and colleagues recall the irrepressible actor-dancer-choreographer's explosive talent, teasing sense of humor, and gracious mentorship.
Alumni, faculty, and students from historically Black colleges and universities weigh in on how their training prepared them to take centerstage.
Riding a fresh wave of interest with a new generation, Jack Skelley's 40-year-old punk rock novel about American decline has been adapted by Siena Foster-Soltis into a play.
In leading the boldly visionary if ultimately doomed Los Angeles Theatre Center for 6 legendary years, Bush inspired generations of artists and leaders.
On this episode, 3 playwrights discuss their development experience as past winners of the Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition.
Previously an associate artistic director with the NYC company, she'll now lead alongside artistic director Lou Moreno.
A longtime leader in TYA and arts education, Davis takes over the theatre after a troubled chapter in its history.
Previously the theatre's executive producer, he will join the leadership team alongside artistic director Christopher Ashley and managing director Debby Buchholz.
The theatre's first leader of color, who has acted with the company since 2018, will step down after 4 years in the position.
The L.A. theatre's co-founder, a busy writer and director both at his company and elsewhere, will step down at the end of the year.
This episode features a monologue by C. Quintana, performed by Sol Marina Crespo, dramatizing how the Puerto Rican activist fell in love with the library.
A dramaturg and director who was fortunate enough to work with her reexamines her underrated legacy.
In staging his 2020 memoir about his transmasculine journey, he's incorporating new lessons and context, and doubling down on the love story.
In Miami New Drama’s ‘Las Aventuras de Juan Planchard,’ Venezuelan artists told a story they couldn’t tell at home.
The theatre was stabilizing after a rough decade, and then Covid hit, offering fresh challenges and opportunities, including a move to a new venue.
Director Edward Hall and actor Katy Sullivan discuss the unique qualities that the Paralympian brings to one of Shakespeare's iconic roles.