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In ‘Greater Clements,’ a Playwright Mines Lesser Days

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Judith Ivey appears at the center of a few, very individual stories of certain troubled Americans -- and a much, much larger American tragedy.

Death of ‘Chicago’ Actor Jeff Loeffelholz: Updates, Debates

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Who has legal standing to know the results of an investigation? What about a moral imperative?

Why Must Arts Workers Equate Long Hours with Success?

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If your art cannot get done in the hours you have budgeted for it, you have lied. To everyone.

Inside David Garrison, a Well-Defended Mr. Mister

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How to play an avaricious, amoral capitalist in an age of avaricious, amoral capitalists.

‘Working Woman’: Humans First, Gender Second

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

Triangle Shirtwaist Burns with ‘Fire in My Mouth’ Oratorio

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An infamous tragedy inspires a monument to immigrants and their American struggle.

Ten 2018 Movies the President Should Watch (But Won’t)

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They'd have a lot to teach him. If only he'd watch them. And none are by white guys.

Should Progressives Ignore the Caravan?

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Phantom national security crises are clearly being manufactured. Let’s not be distracted.

Sculptor Ruth Asawa Wires the World

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An artist, educator and activist whose legacy is nothing less than a redefinition of sculpture.

Masculinity, Identity and My Grandfather’s Rough Hands

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"At some point, I'm going to have to decide when and how I want to stop being angry."

Tales From the Arts World: Women Who Bully Women

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A woman joins a group of writers of a TV show. The woman who recruited her then tries to destroy her.

Geoffrey Owens, Working Artists, and Me

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Artists should start forgiving themselves -- and each other -- for wanting to pay their bills.

With SingleCare, Free Healthcare Discounts Are Perfect for Artists

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Even those without insurance can get free discounts on medication, dental care, vision care and more.

New Play, ‘Alternating Currents,’ Electrifies a Queens Neighborhood

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The remarkable idealism of Electchester -- and its complicated response to a changing NYC.

8 Nonprofit Phrases, From Least to Most Exploitative, Ranked

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"Salary commensurate with experience" and other infuriating phrases used by nonprofits.

“Skeleton Crew,” By Playwright Morisseau, Finds Life in Detroit

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Does Morisseau think Trump can restore jobs to Detroit? Hell no.

Could “I, Daniel Blake” Rekindle the Healthcare Debate?

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The main character in Ken Loach’s latest film, I, Daniel Blake, instantly creates a connection with the audience because his experiences are those that...

For Parent Artists in Theater, Rachel Spencer Hewitt Is a PAAL

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For parent artists, a new advocacy network to address needs and raise visibility.

More Women in Ballet Must Go From Pointe to Power

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Why is it so difficult to see women not just as fouetteing ballerinas but choreographers?

“Sweat” on Broadway: Setting the Stage for Trump

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No play on Broadway addresses the political climate more immediately than this one.
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And I Thought, ‘Something Just Broke’

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Systemic change will be difficult until we cut out and complete irradiate the Trumpist cancer from our diseased body politic. So we fight.