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I woke up the morning of November 9th and immediately tried to return to an anxiety dream, which seemed preferable to reality at that moment. But I had things to do and people to interview, for that Wednesday marked the … Continue reading

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Earlier this year, dramaturgs from across the country joined forces for the first ever WikiTurgy edit-a-thon, an Internet-wide initiative to expand Wikipedia’s coverage of “under-/unsung theatre artists whose bodies of work contribute to the diverse landscape of theatre.” With the concept of … Continue reading

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When asked about equity in the arts last year in an interview on Barry’s Blog, Anthony Radich, Executive Director of the Western States Arts Federation, said: “I am concerned that the values of diversity and equity our field have stood … Continue reading

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At last month’s Theatre Communications Group National Conference, theatre professionals from all backgrounds wrestled with important questions about diversity and inclusion. Indeed, the way we see (or don’t see) ourselves, as represented in entertainment and mass media, can have a … Continue reading

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I am currently working with over 40 Bay Area arts organizations, helping to build capacity around collecting, synthesizing and applying audience feedback. As part of this research, these organizations are also collecting audience demographics using questions designed to parallel the U.S. … Continue reading

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Modern symphonies are blessed with an almost unbelievable volume and variety of repertoire spanning several hundred years. In any creative field with a large body of work, a great deal of it is bound to be ignored, forgotten, or lost … Continue reading

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