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Affinity Spaces for MENA/SWANA and LGBTQIA+ Artists

Marina: Thank you so much. We started this season talking about queer MENA, SWANA artists with Adam Elsayigh who is not in the room right

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Commedia Gets a New Face

Stereotypes in Traditional Mask Designs As a mask maker, I am tasked with representing a character on stage. I’m often asked to fabricate masks for

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Under the Radar Symposium | HowlRound Theatre Commons

Conceived of and produced by Mark Russell and ArKtype in partnership with the International Presenting Commons (IPC), Creative and Independent Producer Alliance (CIPA), and HowlRound

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Thinking Outside the Black Box

Larger Theatre Companies With Buildings Requesting a larger company’s actual stage is a huge ask, and often not financially practical for small companies or independent

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Contemporary Circus in NYC: New Audiences and Global Connections

US audiences have been slow to awake to circus’s recent (r)evolution. Gone are the tired old stunts, ethically questionable human displays, clown cars, and elephants.

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Why the American Theatre Needs Nobel Laureate Jon Fosse

Jon Fosse is one of only a handful of playwrights to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature out of 120 people in the last

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Suzan-Lori Parks’ Watch Me Work

Watch Me Work is a communal work session for anyone eager to nurture and sustain their creative process. Facilitated by Public Theater Playwright-in-Residence Suzan-Lori Parks

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Calling Up Justice Presents The Gaza Monologues

Calling Up Justice produced an accessible and disability justice informed digital production of The Gaza Monologues from Ashtar Theatre Palestine. Calling Up Justice said yes

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The Gaza Monologues Presented by Theatre of the Oppressed NYC

ASHTAR Theatre launched an urgent request to its friends and theatremakers around the world to publicly read or perform The Gaza Monologues—testimonies written by ASHTAR

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Ashley Chen’s Performance of Distances

Ashley Chen—choreographer, performer, and founder of Kashyl—brings his work to La MaMa as part of Villa Albertine’s 2023 Dance Season.  Distances  A sisterhood of performers