A decade after he helped pioneer theater blogging, director Isaac Butler looks back
Where George Hunka irritates us enough to make us write about something we don’t like to write about (which isn’t to say he’s not a nice guy)
Discussions of revitalizing black theater concentrate on playwrights and new plays, but why aren’t more black artists looking to make work outside of the box?
Vivarium Studio gets their visas (good job everyone!), theater artists offer more thoughtful takes on the intersection of money and art, and more
NYC arts presenters want artists to be paid better, the Department of Homeland Security says multiculturalism isn’t culture, playwrights argue over who’s fault it is they’re so poor, and more
Isaac Butler on narrative, Belarus Free Theater returns to New York, Fusebox Fest announces line-up, and a dance critic admits she can be shallow (and feels terrible for it)
Why will dancers let you into rehearsal but not actors? What is the difference between challenging and abusing your audience? Why doesn’t Mike Daisey care that Steve Jobs is ill? All this and more, from around the interwebs.