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Prizes and Reports Both Address Parity

Successful advocacy for gender parity needs both aggregate data and personal stories.

When It Comes to Gender Parity: WTF?

Does how we talk about arts and gender equity have anything to with changing perceptions?

Big Ten Theater Improves Percentages for Women

A 14-college initiative expands the playing field for women playwrights and performers

In “Women Without Men,” Women Count

An all-female design team talks about how life mirrors their play "Women Without Men."

50 Ways to Support Female Artists

Buy the art and forty-nine other ways to show love to your favorite artists.

Raging Toward Balance in Theater

A shift in the artist and in the organization may be the answer to equitable theaters.

Gender Parity: We Must Stop Believing Stupid Things

"Before that moment, no one had ever said anything like that to me."

Counting Women: Baselines for Advocacy

Consistently collected data keep systems honest. On this foundation, we build creative and

Voicing Questions About the Women’s Voices Theater Festival

Accolades are in order -- and many questions remain.

Women in Chicago Theater, Through a Playwright’s Eyes

"...simply having a female leader does not necessarily lead to widespread gender parity."

How Do Audiences Respond to Young Transgender Characters?

Aline Lathrop's "Merchild' presents an academic family grappling with their child's gender identity.

Bessie Marbury and Women in the Arts

What about the other 89 percent?

Playwright Nambi E. Kelley and the Study of Choice

Everyone wants to work with Nambi Kelley, so three companies are joining forces on her latest play.

Create Branded Play List. Promote List. Get Produced?

Could branded lists be a new tool for grassroots playwright advocacy?

Beyond Normalcy with Arlene Malinowski

Arlene Malinowski on using solo shows to change the conversation on mental illness.

No Country for Female Narratives

When we choose to tell another person’s story, we make it part of our own narrative.

What Follows “Mad Men”? Mad Women

If you don’t see it, can it really be all that bad?

Five More Women Doing Amazing Things

Hats off to these marvelous women. We could all learn a thing or two from them.

The Marbury Portfolio: Patricia Milton

"I came to playwriting later in life, so I would tell my younger self to start playwriting sooner!"
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