Interview: Sofia Alvarez & Nicola Korzenko
Nicola Korzenko and Sofia Alvarez (pictured left) founded Blockchain Theater Project “to empower artists to produce the work they create, funded in part by cryptocurrency donations.” The company’s initial production, NYLON, written … Continue reading
Interview: Gabri Christa
Born and raised in the Caribbean island nation of Curaçao, Gabri Christa has created an impressive body of work for stage and screen. Following her graduation from The School for … Continue reading
Interview: Barbara Rubin
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.
Interview: Isolte Avila
Works by Women spoke with Isolte Avila, co-founder of Signdance Collective, about Carthage/Cartagena.
Interview: Jolene Noelle
Jolene Noelle speaks with WBW about horror theatre and her upcoming production of Remains at Theaterlab.
Interview: Tjasa Ferme
Interview with Slovenian actress Tjasa Ferme.
The Leslie Scalapino Award
Helga Davis and Yon Tande in Non Sequitur. Photo by Paula Court. Tomorrow, June 1st, is the deadline for The Leslie Award for Innovative Women Performance Writers. Last December, I … Continue reading
Interview: Reut Shemesh
Reut Shemesh is a fearless choreographer who has explored the world through her art. Israeli born, Reut studied in Amsterdam and now works and resides in Cologne. She makes her … Continue reading
Interview: Orietta Crispino
Orietta Crispino has had a storied career in the theater in Italy and the United States. She studied at the famed Piccolo Teatro in Milan, and worked with the legendary … Continue reading
Interview: Tracey Erin Smith
Tracey Erin Smith is a tour-de-force Canadian theater artist. I had the great pleasure to see THE BURNING BUSH!, the hilarious one-woman show Tracey wrote and performed, at two festivals … Continue reading