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Free, Free at Last: In Flux, US Playwright Finds Stability

"I’m looking forward to seeing all the protest theater in the next four years."

Sanford Biggers Sculptures Evoke Violent History

Sanford Biggers' art shoots down racism and violence to combat historical amnesia.

Could Shia LaBeouf Become the American Petr Pavlensky?

Every country should have one.

Social Justice Warriors Will Leave the World an Uglier Place

Art commentary from social justice warriors favors virtue signaling over aesthetics.

The Long Fight, the Big Loss and the Front Lines of...

A smaller demonstration of resistance took place in the parking lot of my high school.

► Why Oscar-Nominee James Cromwell Went to Jail

In this episode, James Cromwell reflects on his arrest and the truth about fracking.

Sometimes I Think About a Second American Revolution

Revolution is a serious idea. What would you risk for your country, ideals, freedom?

Water, Water Everywhere as Hundreds Dance Around the World

Dance activists of all ages took to water in 108 sites around the world.

Protest Art from Raised Fists to Pussyhats

Though art-making is not necessarily radical, it can be used to achieve radical ends.

#WokeBaby and the Lessons We Learned

In these times, our messages are best delivered artistically.

Let’s Not Shut Up and Dance

A pro-Trump nation is not safe. Let's prepare the next generation of American artists.

The Dramaturgy of Television News

If TV news looks believable, sounds accurate and feels objective, that doesn’t mean it is.

Nonviolence Works, Violence Doesn’t

It is possible for nations to behave morally.

Book Explores Engaged Participation in “American Fun”

John Beckman takes a broad, diverse look at the playfulness driving American culture.

Philistinism in the UK: Artists Banning Artists

Part II in a two-part series on the harassment of Israeli theatre company Habima at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

Philistinism in the UK: Hooligans Amongst the Groundlings

Part I in a two-part series on the harassment of Israeli theatre company Habima at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

Solving the Decade of Our Discontent

Could years of sick economy lead to a decade of American discontent that would boil over into revolution as in the Middle East?