When we share stories of our cultures and those we have lost, it reminds the world of the struggles people have faced that have been swept under the rug throughout history.
How do you do theatre when it’s next to impossible for people to gather safely? It’s a question that has vexed theatremakers worldwide as they’ve searched for ways to make ends meet and satisfy their urge to create despite the raging pandemic that has stifled stages worldwide.
To say that it’s been a challenging year for the theatre may be a rather profound understatement. But as we head into the 2021-2022 season, things are slowly making their way to something closer to normal, and South Florida theatre is gradually kicking back into gear.
On March 18, 1990, at 1:18 am, 1/2 billion dollars worth of irreplaceable artwork was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and hasn’t been seen since.
For some women in theatre, even the decision to become mothers may be a complicated one.