A new program at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) was recently established to improve the health and well-being of LGBT individuals.
PEN American Center has asked the Department of State and Justice Department to explain U.S. involvement in disclosing the identity of a Chilean Twitter user who is now standing trial for tweets parodying the country’s wealthiest businessman.
Do please hold proof. Meet him 6 p.m. Thursday February 28 at the Drama Book Shop in New York. He will read from his book, participate in a Q & A, and sign his book. Hear him speak Friday March 1 as the keynote speaker at “Dreaming the Americas: Staging New Theaters/Challenging Hierarchies,” a one-day NoPassport theatre alliance conference at New York University Gallatin.
The question of guns is a serious theatrical issue and not just a political one, because guns are frequently a crucial feature in drama. This play collection support gun control.
This ornate spectacular arrives in New York as part of an ongoing showcase of Chinese performing arts made possible by the international promoter China Arts & Entertainment Group (CAEG) and the Ministry of Culture for the People’s Republic of China. It’s diplomacy by cultural means with peace and friendship as its themes.
About 90 minutes long, performed without an intermission, A Heart Full of Love reunites two alums of Broadway’s Les Misérables (she was the Cosette to his Marius), and for those movie-musical aficionados who could not stand to watch live-singing on film, here is a real live performance where do not have to scream a scream as time goes by.
National Black Touring Circuit presents the Black History Month Play Festival 2013 from February 8 – 24. New York City play festival honors African American men who changed America: Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. DuBois and Adam Clayton Powell
AAPAC’s press release, reproduced in its entirety below, is more than just an indictment of the so-called “nobleness” of the nonprofit resident theatrer New York City. As a professional journalist, this AAPAC press release indicates the nadir of the state of investigative or enterprise arts journalism in the U.S.
“Re/Forming Identities: The Artist’s Voice” is a conference at New York University.
Asian American actors add: “The Roundabout made our list of the five theatre companies least likely to hire actors of color. In fact, they ranked second to lowest.”