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By Amelia Parenteau. Amelia Parenteau, along with theatremakers Eva Doumbia and Marie Houdin, explores the similarities and differences of parades and protests.
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By . SpiderWebShow Performance and HowlRound present events from FoldA (Festival of Live Digital Art) livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv from T
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By D.R. Baker. D.R. Baker examines some of the realities of artists working in the American theatre and explores how empathy can be harnessed to make the industry a more positive place to work.
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By . Játéktér theatre journal presents the panel Culture after #MeToo livestreaming from Planetariu
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HowlRound by Pamela Lopez, Andres Kalawski - 3d ago
By Pamela Lopez, Andres Kalawski. Pamela López and Andrés Kalawski talk about the research they have done around theatre programmers in Chile.
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HowlRound by Pamela Lopez, Andres Kalawski - 4d ago
By Pamela Lopez, Andres Kalawski. Pamela López and Andrés Kalawski talk about the research they have done around theatre programmers in Chile.
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HowlRound by Jeffrey Mosser, Quita Sullivan - 5d ago
By Jeffrey Mosser, Quita Sullivan. “Equity in grant making is a very big deal.”  —Quita Sullivan
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By Herbert SigĂĽenza. Herbert Siguenza, co-founder of the Latino performance troupe Culture Clash, talks about his unconventional writing path, his time working with the collective, and finding his unique voice.
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