Journalism & PR
As Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies expanded into a department, students pushed for change
DeVos is “perpetuating the stigma” of sexual assault, one student said
Organizers tell its purpose and how you can be there
On celebrating loudly, sparking change and showing up for ourselves and each other
Civil War, Kermit the Frog are just some elements of mural
An Examination of Today’s First Amendment Challenges by Lata Nott. I wrote this as an intern for the National Press Foundation.
Theater, dance, music and audio production programs explore online learning
Highlights on Synetic Theater, Adventure Theatre MTC and 4615 Theatre Company's virtual productions and classes
Students and faculty reflect on returning to in-person education in acting, playwriting, tech, and more at some of the nation’s college theatre programs.
Classical Theatre of Harlem ignited discussions with an Afropunk-inspired production, and Theatre of War/Harlem Stage will continue the conversation with ‘Antigone in Ferguson.’
A co-production among Woolly Mammoth, the Huntington, and Pasadena Playhouse gives new life to Mike Lew’s disability-themed spin on ‘Richard III.’
Bigs provide mentorship and friendship for littles
Olney Theatre Center’s production of Miss You Like Hell explores issues of immigration policies, parental abandonment and the power of Latinx women.
Regional premiere of Lauren Yee’s play gives AAPI artists a shot.
The DMV is getting its own taste of the Alan Menken sci-fi musical theatre classic this October, with a new twist.
Artistic director Jimmy Mavrikes, managing director Beth Amann and actor Topher Williams on how "Head Over Heels" examines gender and sexuality.
Highlights on DMV participants in online event with monologues, songs and dance
For a new Guthrie revival, choreographer Maija García has created gritty new dances that give the Jets and Sharks a fresh spin.