“Maybe just a ghost,” you say and forget about it. I stopped talking, then the Sunday Comics are talking to my nail stinging. I can snatch out; so cold, lost parts they are stinging me so cold.
Observations and ruminations on Gender Tender’s Melted Riot, a meditation on the cultural flotsam and impact of the Stonewall Inn Riots on their 50th anniversary.
Humans dance so that they may grow fully into being human. Kimerer LaMothe writes.
In an often hopeless world, international youth find hope through the social medium of theater. Kathleen Gallagher on the scene.
A consideration of the acting myths about getting lost in character. Samuel Kampa writes.
Omar Willey contemplates the changes of 22 years, via Theater Simple’s remount of Master and Margarita.
How an academic overcame stagefright to present dangerous ideas at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Anna Sedda writes.
Who will conduct brilliant interviews in the absence of CityArts? We will, of course. We interview that beige guy about some theater-y whatever.
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