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Prison Bitches! Electric Ladies! Women Who Rule the Earth!

We'd have no Harvey Weinstein because some electro-lady would turn him into a pile of ash.

Orlandersmith Finds Documentary Theater in Ferguson, MO

A quiet contemplation of America’s newly energized racist past.

A Play About Equity for Women? (Yes! Written In 1912!)

Stanley Houghton's "Hindle Wakes" was ahead of its time. But serendipity can be jaw-dropping.

How WVF Champions Theater Women in Denver and Beyond

It's all about attitude, "Hattitude" and making women a central artistic priority.

30 International Artists You Should Track During 2018

They are global spitfires -- artists making a difference -- and they are producing hope.

The Federation: Keeping Our Trump-Era Cultural Borders Open

A new coalition urges artists to be louder and more visible than ever.

We’re All Complicit: I Was a Reckless Young Woman, Too

Things aren’t always black and white, and that woman will figure it out.

The De Wolfe Questionnaire: Janet Brown, Arts Advocate

What's the next act for this veteran arts administrator? (Hint: it might be boxing or tennis!)

In the Age of #MeToo, I’m Thinking About Yuja Wang

For women classical artists, the glass ceiling is their attire.

No, Claire Berlinski: #MeToo Isn’t Going Too Far

Not when there are restaurant rape rooms and Louis C.K. is just fine.

Even the Virgin Mary Has a #MeToo Story: The Annunciation

If a courageous accuser described the scene today, would it be called "Denunciation?" "Renunciation"?

8 Situations When You May Show Coworkers Your Penis

Navigating a post-#MeToo workplace can be confusing. Fortunately, the CFR is here to help.

How the CEO of Hanky Panky Became an Off-Broadway Producer

Is Lida Orzeck running for Most Interesting Woman in the World?

How “Mudbound” Smartly Deconstructs the Mammy Myth

No more whitewashing the history of forced black domestic labor under slavery.

Not #MeToo

#MeToo obscures the differences between the questionable or creepy and the truly dangerous or criminal.

Jason Mraz Says Broadway Has Transformed Him

In this podcast, Jason Mraz reflects on how starring in "Waitress" on Broadway became a "retreat center" from his usual life on the road.

Who’s Ari Rapkin Blenkhorn? A Total Technology Badass

Women in tech? Rare. Women in tech in the arts? Rarer still.

Miller’s “20th Century Blues”: 40 Years, Four Women Fall Flat

Told in the rhythm of a daytime serial, this play will put a smile on your face with no great depth of inner feeling.

Democrats Got Their Groove Back. What Happens Now?

Maybe America needed a complete disaster to show us how Democracy works.

New Georges A.D., Susan Bernfield, Dips in “The Pool”

Susan Bernfield talks about jumping into The Pool and her play "Tania in the Getaway Van."
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