What to Send Up When It Goes Down holds Black people at its center, inviting unique moments of commiseration, anger, and helplessness with no apologies.
Cultural Institutions Heed Calls to #OpenYourLobby to Black Lives Matter Protesters
This week, theaters across the nation began repurposing their spaces in support of protesters fighting anti-Black police violence. A few museums are joining. Will the rest of the art world step up?
A Strange Loop Stages the Double Consciousness of Being Black and Queer
Michael R. Jackson’s subversive sermon on the conflicted heart of a Black, queer man writing a musical about a Black, queer man details an artist’s fight against society’s expectations of what he should be.
“All Artists Are Theater Artists”: Taylor Mac on the Connections Between Performance Art and Plays
Queerness revolts in the Podunk setting of Taylor Mac’s newest play, Hir, currently running at Playwrights Horizons.