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In Dialogue

Morgan Gould and Ren Dara Santiago with Kate Cortesi about the untimely closing of their plays due to you know what

If you’re not experiencing it in the theater, you’re not learning how to be brave. You’re not learning how to reach out. You’re not learning how to take up space. Theater’s the only place that teaches you how to do those things.

Power & Punk: New York's Avant-Garde Lifers: Richard Foreman with Sara Farrington

The theater has always been the most backward of all the arts. Because on the surface the theater seems most life-like, I suppose.

Trickling Up: The Theater Community Uplifts its Own

Theaters have been shuttered for a record number of days: with Broadway venues currently closed through at least June 7—and many Off-Broadway theaters following suit—we are quickly approaching our 100th day without communing together. It has had a devastating effect on the industry, and none have felt this seismic shift more acutely than its artists.


The Brooklyn Rail

MAY 2020

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