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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.

Son to Forgive His Betraying Mother? Ask “The Treasurer”

Wall board and masking tape cover a lifetime of scars in Max Posner’s The Treasurer.

Can a Play About Rape Serve as Satire? Ask Grace.

Bobby and Jeff get Grace drunk, then sick, unconscious and allegedly raped. Not funny.

Mental Health Therapy Needs Arts as Process and Product

Women need each and every tool available in their box for mental health care.

► Why “The Haven” Is a Must-See Web Series

A podcast discussion on "The Haven," a new web series set at a domestic violence shelter.

Ivanka Trump: Debunking the Mythology

She may have his ear, but I don’t think he's listening.

Dementia Recalled In Off-Broadway “Mother of Invention”

"Growing up in the same household...siblings can have very different experiences."

Our Bodies Ourselves’ Judy Norsigian: Activist, Educator

Judy Norsigian on climate change, gender violence and hope for the future.

Women’s Self Defense More Important Now Than Ever

The Safety Godmother, Ellen Snortland, discusses her new movie "Beauty Bites Back."

Rachel Weisz Delivers Plenty (and Then Some)

The endlessly complex and elusive Susan Traherne remains a grueling and epic role.

An Arts Approach to Tonight’s Debate

We can join the political dance. Here are 10 activities to do just that.

Note to American Media: Get a Damn Grip!

You're not Hillary Clinton's doctor.

Actor and Parasomniac Pens a Memoir of Recovery

For one actor, intergenerational trauma is epidemic.

Sharing Her Truth Is an Inherently Feminist Act

How feminism influences and informs the performance art of Eileen Tull.

Unpacking Planned Parenthood

At some point we have to agree on what life is and when it begins.

Eating Disorders in the Dance World

"I also know that no one wanted to step on my toes and tell me how to live..."

“Participatory Management” by CORNER Project’s Taeko Frost

Listening to a community and helping in the right ways.

How I Made a “Fool” of Myself at Work

Some foolish workplace stories in honor of April Fools' Day.

Is Eve Ensler’s ‘The Vagina Monologues’ Transphobic?

A Mount Holyoke theater group discontinues play because they say it offers a narrow view of gender, race and class.