IN THE BEGINING THERE WAS STAGE CREW

A seasoned techie shares his Stage Crew Bible, an endearing collection of knowledge and anecdotes collected from his time in theatre.

IN THE BEGINING THERE WAS STAGE CREW

Blood, Guts, and Art for Art’s Sake

Taylor Mac’s Broadway playwriting debut is a complex and tantalizingly bonkers mix of high- and low-brow comedy, camp aesthetics and acting choices, and dialogue that alternates between disgusting and beautiful.

Blood, Guts, and Art for Art’s Sake

Where are Broadway's Female Creative Teams?

When women and their risky shows do make it to Broadway, they become visible. They tell their stories and connect to voices in the crowd that are too often silenced.


Where are Broadway's Female Creative Teams?
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On Creative Differences: A Farewell to the Theatrical Board

As the title of this piece implies, I am leaving the Theatrical Board. And I think I get creative differences now - the actual words rather than the euphemistic joke.

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On Creative Differences: A Farewell to the Theatrical Board

Screen to Stage: Evaluating the Adaptability of the Oscar Nominees

So what makes a good stage adaptation? Can you know just by looking at the film?

Screen to Stage: Evaluating the Adaptability of the Oscar Nominees

We Are (Not) What We Perform: Identity and Casting

As an industry, I fully believe we should strive for authenticity and raising up voices of marginalized people whether they are writing the script, behind the scenes, or on the stage. But at the same time, people should not be required to list every invisible facet of their identity just to get a job. Nor should those who don't fit these identities perfectly be immediately invalidated on that note.

We Are (Not) What We Perform: Identity and Casting