Hear what Gary Anderson has to say to RDU on Stage about the state of Black Theatre in the United States and abroad.
TORN (Theater on Racist Negativity) addresses equity, diversity, and inclusion issues within the Triangle theater community. Aya Wallace moderates Week Two.
Mia is launching a new series with RDU on Stage, Directing Diaries, a deep-dive into the directing process. In this first interview, Mia interviews Rowen Haigh and Rachel Potter Nunn to talk about “breaking the virtual proscenium” and co-directing the Women’s Theatre Festival production of FREAKSHOW.
Mike Brannon is a director, playwright, and occasional actor, out of Greensboro, NC. An English major who somehow has ended up working as a computer programmer and database consultant, he nevertheless doing what he has always dreamed of doing –… Read More ›
Hear what Nicole has to say to Lauren about her practice of Conscientious Theatre Training and how theater companies and artists can begin to affect change within the industry.
Madeline Fugate is a 13-year old girl from California who turned a school project into a national memorial to honor the lives lost to COVID-19. Hear what she has to say about her project and how you can get involved in this live chat.
Hear what Playwright Melda Beaty has to say to RDU on Stage about her work, racism, and writing amidst a pandemic in this live chat.
There are lots of ways to support equity and inclusion on our Triangle stages. One way is to learn about black theater companies in our area, support black and brown artists and theater-makers by showing up to readings, workshops, and productions, or make a donation.
Be part of our ongoing conversation about equity, diversity, and inclusion in the Triangle theater community by listening to our TORN panel discussions.
Hear what “Baby Shark” Sarah Bock has to say about auditioning, acting, and launching her professional career.
Hear what NCSU University Theatre’s Laura Parker has to say to Raleigh Little Theatre’s Jeremy Clos about designing, acting, studying the law, and more.
Hear what NCSU University Theatre’s Rachel Klem has to say about directing the regional premiere of HEAD OVER HEELS, the music, and more.