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Collegiate Theatre Collegiate Theater, The Inclusive Theater Network Providing resources and opportunities for People of color, LGTBQ+ and person(s) with disability.

Collegiate Theatre is a website for marginalized voices of the theatre with the goals of: 1. Changing the conversation around theatre by interviewing students/professor on their thoughts on theatre. 2. Promoting College Theatre productions on their diverse works. 3.Creating a place to celebrate inclusivity in theatre.

Mission: Collegiate Theatre

“Telling unique stories has been a hallmark of African American theatre since its establishment. “
03/24/2019
Black Theatres in the U.S.: Building, Surviving, Thriving

“Telling unique stories has been a hallmark of African American theatre since its establishment. “

The nation’s African American theatres are as various as the experiences and regions they represent, though they share some common goals and hurdles.

“I want to see a Broadway show where the strong independent black woman isn't punished; where the black teenager gets to...
03/02/2019
TDF Stages: We Need More Nuanced Depictions of Black Women on Stage

“I want to see a Broadway show where the strong independent black woman isn't punished; where the black teenager gets to live and go to the prom; where the black lady is the lead, not the sidekick. I want to see her dance and sing without permission simply because it's Tuesday. This is how we live our lives. It's time we see that on stage.”
- Kelundra Smith

An African-American critic calls for an end to endless suffering

“A New Renaissance: Exploring the Cultural Impact of the Black Narrative and IdentityInspired by Jeremy O. Harris’ “Dadd...
02/24/2019
New Group Now - The New Group

“A New Renaissance: Exploring the Cultural Impact of the Black Narrative and Identity

Inspired by Jeremy O. Harris’ “Daddy,” a panel will come together to dissect Black representation in today’s culture and its impact on the development of Black identities, as well as the implications of accessing, engaging and maintaining ownership over the Black narrative and identity.”

NEW GROUP NOW is a new series of public forums which locate New Group shows within the larger context of American and/or global society. Bringing together artists and thinkers across disciplines, the series asks vital questions at the center of New Group shows and of our present culture. A New Renai...

PLAYWRIGHTS! #writers
02/22/2019
General Information — The Playwrights Realm

PLAYWRIGHTS!
#writers

*Please note that while playwrights can submit to both the Writing Fellowship and Scratchpad Series with a single application, or choose to submit to just one program, we accept only ONE script total, per playwright, per season.

Live In Theater
01/04/2019
Live In Theater

Live In Theater

Live In Theater is happy to announce the launch of its unique interactive workshop “Intro to Interactive Technique”.

NYC actors, immersive theater makers and other creatives interested in how to get non-rehearsed participants to co-create a story, are all encouraged to register.

Dates: January 20th, January 27th at 11am
Duration: 3 hours
Facilitator: Carlo D'Amore

Use the code WORK25 for the industry discount and get $25 Off of our first 2 workshops.

“However, when news spread of the casting, posts on social media began to show how upset students in the BGSU theatre de...
11/12/2018
Casting Controversy with 'Little Shop' Leads to Anti-Whitewashing Policies at University

“However, when news spread of the casting, posts on social media began to show how upset students in the BGSU theatre department were. So much in fact, that the department held a Town Hall meeting to discuss the issues.

At the meeting, students brought three policy requests for the theatre department to adopt when it comes to equal representation and color conscious casting going forward.”
-Chris Peterson

Last month, furor erupted within the theatre department at Bowling Green State University in OH over the casting of its production of “Little Shop of Horrors”. The controversy arose when the director of the production cast three white actresses in the roles of Crystal, Ronette and Chiffon, known...

“ After a months-long search for a new leader, Long Wharf Theatre announced Thursday that it has selected 38-year-old Pa...
11/10/2018
Long Wharf Theatre Names Next Artistic Director

“ After a months-long search for a new leader, Long Wharf Theatre announced Thursday that it has selected 38-year-old Padrón as its next Artistic Director, a decision the theater's Board of Trustees approved unanimously earlier this week. Over 160 people applied for the position, according to a press release sent late Thursday morning. Before making the decision, Long Wharf worked closely with Bruce Thibodeau and Boston-based Arts Consulting Group. “

After a months-long search for a new creative leader, Long Wharf Theatre announced Thursday morning that it has selected Jacob G. Padrón as its next Artistic Director. He will begin the position in February.

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