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In Dance Theater, the Future Is Indigenous — and Renewable
If colonization is what got us to this place, maybe "re-indigenization" -- in dance -- is our way forward.
Mulling Monterey: Steinbeck, Class and ‘Big Little Lies’
Do you know the way to Monterey? Reflecting on different perspectives of a familiar place.
Black Power Art Raises a Fist at the Brooklyn Museum
“Soul of a Nation” takes a breathtaking look at the political and aesthetic work of Black Power artists.
Sculptor Ruth Asawa Wires the World
An artist, educator and activist whose legacy is nothing less than a redefinition of sculpture.
Artist Promotion? Data Scam? My Trip With VoyageChicago
Promoting artists sounds great -- until you think they're aggregating your personal information.
Will Eno Brings “Thom Pain,” Starring Rainn Wilson, to BroadwayHD
The playwright discusses collaborating with Wilson, his former roommate, adapting his Pulitzer-nominated play to film, and some surprising encounters with London's wildlife.
I’m an Artist: Is Home Sweet Home Just a Dream For...
As working artists, the first of each month is never easy -- we need to save nearly 60% of our income to pay our rent and bills.
Crowded Fire Leads With Art and Innovation
A woman-led San Francisco theater provoking engagement with complex social issues
The Hidden Highway Happenings of Los Angeles
After two years in LA, I have experienced all manner of odd, everyday performances.
An Angry Electorate or Democracy Speaks?
What should we all learn from Tuesday’s elections?
The Theater Industry Is the Problem With Theater
We are ignoring the elephant in the room.
Los Angeles: Still Crafting the Theater’s Future
The demographic writing is on the wall.
Water: Reports Point to Worldwide Problems
Peace also would help.
The Show Must Not Go On
I am upset by what I found.
The World’s Chief Global Risk? Water Supply
The World Economic Forum and independent reports point to growing problems with water supply globally.
Critical I: Misha Berson, Seattle Times
"It takes a special person (or masochist) to self-select this job..."
The Dramaturgy of Television News
If TV news looks believable, sounds accurate and feels objective, that doesn’t mean it is.
Punk to Painting: The Life and Art of Pamela Roberts
"Pam lived in a world that was edgy, even hard..."
Water as a Weapon of Bloody and Financial War
Either a deadly tool or a time bomb.
Who Should Confront a Disruptive Audience Member?
Actor John Lacy was allegedly fired for doing the house manager's job.
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