The photograph was faded, but the spirit of the figure it contained was bright. A Puerto Rican woman with dark
In June 2018, I had the privilege to attend the Theatre in the Age of Climate Change convening hosted by HowlRound. It
Making Theatre Off the Grid My organization, Notch Theatre Company, seeks to engage communities that our brick and mortar theatres are not
The least we can say is that 2018 has been challenging – politically, socially, environmentally. At times, many times, it
On a weekend in June, I sat in a blackbox theatre for three days with a group of mostly strangers.
This year, I had the chance to see many resonant theatrical presentations take the New York stage (see more in
Like you, I read thousands of words in a day, online, in books, on my social media feeds. I’m both
Earlier this year, taking a front row seat at a church in Gary, Indiana, I watched as a young rapper,
“I suspect future generations will look back and judge us not so much by what we said and did about
“The greatest delight which the fields and woods minister, is the suggestion of an occult relation between man and vegetable.