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Actor and Parasomniac Pens a Memoir of Recovery

For one actor, intergenerational trauma is epidemic.

Yellowface and the Racist Incredulity of White Culture

Why White Culture can't see when POCs point out racism.

Did NBC News Censor a Puppet?

Will "Good Morning America" be more understanding of a girl and her puppet?

Theater of War: Restoring an Ancient Purpose

Using classical Greek theater to heal the deepest modern wounds.

Beyond Normalcy with Arlene Malinowski

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

Step into the Octagon with Kristiana Colón

Kristiana Colón combines actors and real poets for the ultimate slam poetry showdown

The Women of “Red Channels”

So many of them are unknown.

Remember to Vote . . . As a Theater Advocate

Some tips to strengthen your political voice from The League of Independent Theater.

Artists as Change Agents

I am ready to take my place as a change agent.

A Brief History of Artists Using Guns

21st century artists are recycling guns, peacefully, into useful tools.

Questioning Myths: Bread & Puppet Theater’s Peter Schumann

A sobering look at Schumann's past and present.

A Call for Another Stonewall

We live in a country in which people think it's commendable to call a child "faggot" until he kills himself.

I Want My, I Want My, I Want My GayTV

Children deserve a Hasselbeck-free world -- a world in which rights for all trump the ignorance of many.

The Expected, Unexpected and Day By Day

Dear Readers of The Clyde Fitch Report,

Images from Hands Across the Sand

Opposing offshore oil drilling while supporting energy diversification. Now.

Doing Lines: Check Out Poetic People Power

Exploring the economics, psychology and costs of our consumerism culture.

Broadway Hops on the Bus for the National Equality March

With Charlotte St. Martin, the Broadway League's executive director, making $340,105 last year, couldn't she sponsor a bus for marriage equality?

Masses Wear Groucho Glasses in Chicago. Will Bloomberg Back Marx Brothers...

Chicagoans go for a world record while in NYC, the fight for Marx Brothers Place goes on.

Manhattan Community Boards Announce Meetings to Solve Off-Off-Broadway’s Woes

Virginia Louloudes, Executive Director of ART/NY will attend a Community Board meeting to discuss a survey on Off-Off-Broadway's needs.

‘Working Woman’: Humans First, Gender Second

Can women and men work together? Yes, says Israeli filmmaker Michal Aviad -- when the roots of sexual harassment are finally rooted out.
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