The question, in the end, is how much we value space in this city. For people able to afford exorbitant rents, exorbitant theater prices are logical.
Canada abandons the arts for “creative hubs”; exploring relevance in performance at Philly FringeArts; questioning the Guggenheim; and more.
As theatermakers, as makers of culture, we are doing as much to perpetrate white supremacy and racist ideology than anyone else. A play that features all white actors, is by virtue of its existence in this country, a racist play.