Cannes Do: Black actresses protest racism within the film industry in France. 16 women–including Nadège Beausson-Diagne, Mata Gabin, Maïmouna Gueye, Eye Haïdara–decried not being considered for prestigious roles. Read more about … Continue reading
Here’s the latest news and opportunities in the world for women artists. Interview with Domee Shi: Bao–the first Pixar short film directed by a woman–premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. … Continue reading
Barbara Rubin is a director and dialect coach. Barbara spoke to Works by Women about working with Orietta Crispino, what theater inspires her, and what she’s learned from Athol Fugard.
Playwright Saudamini Siegrist has received three nominations for the Pushcart Prize and has been published in numerous publications, including Forge, Crack the Spine, Salamander, Free State Review, and Zone 3. … Continue reading
Katy Berry is a powerhouse. In August she rocked the Edinburgh stage in Baby Wants Candy, and later this month she will bring her mad comedy skills to North Coast’s … Continue reading
Katrin Hilbe is a director of opera and theatre, of Liechtenstein-Kansas origin, working both in the US and in Europe. For Richard Strauss’ Salome for New Orleans Opera she won … Continue reading
Robin Bady‘s storytelling show Nancy Drewinsky, or, The Search for the Missing Letter will be a part of the United Solo Festival this fall at Theatre Row. The piece investigates … Continue reading
Five years ago, New York-based playwright Melisa Tien traveled to Cameroon to learn about girls’ soccer teams, their lives and how Muslim and Christian girls played side by side. After … Continue reading
Works by Women spoke with Isolte Avila, co-founder of Signdance Collective, about Carthage/Cartagena.