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1 Less than 20% of New York theater created by people of color, study finds
2 How to Birth a New American Theater
3 Ideas for Transforming American Theater
4 Whitney White, Soyica Colbert Join Shakespeare Theatre Company
5 How live theater in Los Angeles is fighting for survival
6 ART Announces Initial Action Steps to Further Anti-Racism Commitment | News
7 Reginald Douglas and David Muse on how Studio Theatre is "doing the work"
8 Diversionary Theatre Names Andréa Agosto Artistic Fellow
9 14 Chicago theater artists share the changes they want to see in a more inclusive Chicago theater
10 Black artistic leaders take charge at several Chicago theaters
11 What Will Theater Look Like After The Pandemic?
12 19 Theatre Workers You Should Know
13 Managing the Stage, and Managing Expectations
14 The #WeSeeYou White American Theatre movement is ready to end a battle it didn't start
15 Not a Moment but a Movement: Toward an Anti-Racist American Theatre
16 BIPOC Artists Unveil Demands for the White American Theatre
17 The Advisory
18 AMERICAN THEATRE | Unicorn at the Soup Factory
19 Lorraine Hansberry Theatre appoints Margo Hall as new artistic director
20 Theater Artists of Color Enumerate Demands for Change
21 'I Want To Be Part of That': The Urgent Work of Diversifying White Theatre Staffs
22 Challenged to examine their White bias, some theater companies are taking on diversity — from the top
23 It's Bodies That Are Tripping Us Up
24 'This ends today': over 300 stage figures call out 'anti-blackness' of US theatre
25 Red Bull Theater Announces Othello 2020 Programming
26 Theater Artists Of Color Coalition Issues Extensive, Detailed Plan To Restructure Broadway
27 We See You Demands Systemic Change To American Theater
28 AMERICAN THEATRE | Developing Trans Roles for the Theatre
29 Where Are All the Classics by Women? Hedgepig Has a List
30 Baltimore Center Stage Becomes First Theater to Respond to #WeSeeYouWAT's Anti-Racist Demands
31 Playwrights are calling out racism in American theater
32 BWW Review: AMERICAN SON takes audiences on emotional ride at Theatre Baton Rouge
33 A Statement About the Cover, 'CHANGE HUN?'
34 The Black Ambition of A Raisin in the Sun
35 Round House Theatre announces revised 2020–2021 season
36 Jared Bowen: BIPOC Addresses Letter To 'White American Theater'
37 At MainStreet, Great Theatre That Happened to Be Good for Kids
38 In American Theater, a Radical Accounting of Race and Privilege
39 The Old Globe Announces 'What Is Theatre Now?' Initiative
40 AMERICAN THEATRE | This Month in Theatre History
41 Pushing Past Norms and Into Equitable Authenticity
42 No More Daddy
43 Lily Tung Crystal, Doing Her Life's Work at Theater Mu
44 BIPOC Theater-Makers Call for a Fundamental Restructuring of Broadway When It Reopens
45 Baltimore Center Stage Announces Anti-Racist Artistic Practices
46 Video: Kevin Moriarty
47 Starry New Coalition Vows to Fight Racism in Theater
48 Everyman Theatre Announces 2020-21 Season
49 Lights, Camera ... Action
50 Vineyard Theatre Announces 2020-21 Season
51 St. Louis Rep Announces Adjusted 2020-21 Season
52 Steppenwolf NOW Adds Virtual 2020-21 Season
53 When the Students Have Notes for the Teachers
54 Time for a Change: What If We Cut the Long Hours?
55 Theatre for One Announces New Program of BIPOC Micro-Plays
56 Opportunity for racial diversity in Chicago theaters
57 Actors And Playwrights Call Out Racism In 'White American Theater'
58 Building Trust After Inclusivity Failed: Lessons for the Theater
59 Review: Trump-Biden debate mixes stream of consciousness with theater of cruelty
60 In Boston theater, a growing group of Black leaders have a decisive role at a pivotal time
61 A Group of Theatremakers Put White American Theater on Notice
62 ‘I Have to Go in and Decolonize’: Europe’s Black Theater Makers Discuss the Scene
63 Reporter's Notebook: OnStage planning hybrid production of 'All in the Timing'
64 Atlanta Black Theatre Festival performances feature Lexington ties
65 Dobama Theatre Announces Lineup For Virtual 2020-21 Season
66 Black Lives Matter: U.S. Theatres Stand With the Movement for Racial Justice
67 Critical/Theater Commentary: Slapping Sleeping Media Outlets A "Woke"
68 AMERICAN THEATRE | Artists of the World, Unite!
69 STREAMING THEATER REVIEW Broadway by the Decade
70 The Lowe Down: Is live theater reemerging in Vermont?
71 For BIPOC Bay Area Theater, a 'Living Document' Provides Catharsis, Calls to Action
72 Black Theater Workers Call Out Racism on Broadway
73 Racism Shouldn't Have to Be My Muse
74 TheatreWorks reworks its 51st season of mainstage productions
75 Goodman has new schedule for ’Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!’
76 Theatre in Black and White: Antoinette Nwandu & Graham Schmidt
77 Anti-racist theater and the #WeSeeYou movement: A Q&A with Nicole Brewer
78 'Now You Will See Us' — Being Black In Boston Theaters
79 Musco Center Champions the Art of Connection and Cultural Equity in Virtual Fall Season
80 Theater Must Hold – The Brooklyn Rail
81 Read Black Theatre Girl Magic's Open Letter to American Regional and Community Theatres
82 Theater Talk: Pride, Black Lives Matter, COVID-19 converge
83 How to get more Black on Broadway
84 Virtual Theatre Today: Wednesday, September 30- with John Lloyd Young, THE BOYS IN THE BAND, and More!
85 In American theatre, a radical accounting of race and privilege
86 At Theaters, Push for Racial Equity Leads to Resignations and Restructuring
87 Dobama Theatre announces lineup of alternative programming for 2020-21 season
88 Can white arts leaders become anti-racist "accomplices"?
89 Parker, Bettye Jean Burroughs
90 'The Forty-Year-Old Version' Is Fast, Funny, Multi-Faceted And No Small Feat
91 Black Theatre Alliance of Philadelphia Announces Micro-Grants
92 New this week: Mariah Carey, Gloria Steinem & 'South Park'
93 Review: Race, rebellion, art and death at the heart of local virtual theater shows
94 U.S. theatre world accused of exploiting, excluding people of color
95 The Problem With Calling Tenet a Flop
96 Artist Carlos Walker asks white America “What If?” it were you
97 Black Broadway Performers, Workers Write Scathing Letter Calling Out Industry's Racism
98 AMERICAN THEATRE | What Went Wrong at Philly's PlayPenn?
99 Your Thursday Briefing
100 LaNeshe Miller-White Named Executive Director of Theatre Philadelphia