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Your Money and My Art

When I put my hand out, I'm not asking for a handout.

American Actors in London

Expats from Alaska give advice on finding a way to the U.K.

What Happens When They Hate It?

We in the theater make the most public of art, so we must accept and acknowledge every opinion expressed.

Setting the Stage Under Alaska’s Midnight Sun

In the valleys of Alaska's 38 mountain ranges, theater happens. A lot.

LIT Announces Political Endorsements; June 5 Press Event Set

The future of NYC independent theater is at stake.

On Rehearsal

It is impossible to discover anything if you believe you already know what it is.

Two Beliefs

You must track your own individual journey across the tightrope swaying ahead.

F**k it. Ship it. Meetup.

Artists often tend to linger in the place of creation far too long.

Don’t Stay in School

Grad school is a waste of time and money for an actor. But is it a fraud?

Magnolia March: Artists Take a Peaceful Stand Against Violence

The traditional New Orleans-style funeral processional will organize on April 27 at Lincoln Center.

The Future Is Unwritten

Let's get started. Let's run like blind lunatics, like lemmings in love with the cliff.

Waving the Annual Arts Advocacy Day Flag

Over 500 arts advocates to converge on Capitol Hill April 8-9, 2013.

Smash the Mirror

No one believes that the actors are real people. No one ever has, no one ever will.

Bringing ‘Bikeman’ and 9/11 to the Stage

Former CBS News writer's first-hand account of September 11th becomes a NYC theatrical production.

She’s Got the Whole World in Her Hands

Bringing people together, creating and nurturing successful collaborations.

Show Us Your Boobs! (I Mean Talent)

How are teenagers exploring their sexuality supposed to decipher when is it "OK to show their boobs?"

Fires and the Road

Up until quite recently, theater was a mobile enterprise.

Notes on Becoming an Independent Theater Artist

Part II of an interview with Scott Walters.

Puppets Are People, Too

Learning to embrace puppetish ways.

Preaching to the Arts/Culture Choir: Change or Face an Empty Room

Forward thinking around communication is not a novelty.
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