Elena Araoz‘s latest directing project is Alligator by Hilary Bettis (interviewed by Works by Women HERE), currently on stage in New York through a collaboration of New Georges and The … Continue reading
Melissa Moschitto is the Founding Artistic Director of The Anthropologists. The company’s next piece No Man’s Land, a thought-provoking examination of systemic racism, opens in New York on November 18th. … Continue reading
Kristin McCarthy Parker is a director known for bringing inventive parodies to life. Soon, she will have two shows–Puffs, featuring the most famous wizard in the world, and KEVIN!!!!!, a … Continue reading
Jolene Noelle speaks with WBW about horror theatre and her upcoming production of Remains at Theaterlab.
Valeria Orani founded Umanism as a platform to support European arts in New York City. Before moving to the Big Apple, she worked in public and private Italian theatre institutions … Continue reading
Stet, the new play by Kim Davies at the Abingdon Theatre, is a powerful piece inspired by the Rolling Stone article “A Rape on Campus” and the reporter’s investigation into … Continue reading
Theater is putting yourself into the space. The young people have to show up, move, speak, make choices and commit when they’re in classes or rehearsals. I get the sense that they are hungry for that. That there aren’t so many opportunities for that in their lives. Theater needs people in a room together agreeing to play together, all responsible for the success of the project. It is elemental and we all need it, especially when we’re young. My job is to create the most opportunities for young people to make that agreement and play together.
Cecilia Copeland is a playwright and artistic director. Her company New York Madness brings together playwrights, directors and actors to put up wild, unpredictable new short plays. As a playwright, … Continue reading
Shrunken Shakespeare Company‘s Producing Artistic Directors Yvonne Cone (right) and Jennifer Martina (left) are a powerhouse team, who have produced in unconventional ways: Two Gentleman of Verona, A Midsummer Night’s … Continue reading