How do you define your community? In a discussion about LGBTQ community and identity — and the power of art — we spoke with a group of experts to explore the themes and ideas raised in Log Cabin.
In our production of ‘I Was Most Alive with You’, a shadow cast of Deaf actors will accompany the principal cast and perform each character’s voiced text in ASL. To learn more about this unique collaboration and the dramaturgical choices informing their process, I reached out to Director of Artistic Sign Language Sabrina Dennison and her assistant, Lewis Merkin.
If anyone can be called the tragic poet of contemporary American drama, the grand inquisitor of our suffering, it’s Craig Lucas.
People say life isn’t fair and I know it’s true because I have received more than my fair share of good fortune.
Theater has provided the dominant hearing culture with glimpses into Deaf culture sporadically over the last few decades.
Playwright Jordan Harrison and director Pam MacKinnon give a behind-the-scenes look at taking a scene from 'Log Cabin' from the page to the stage.
How did Jesse Tyler Ferguson gain the skills to play a gay uncle in ‘Log Cabin’? Lots and lots of babysitting.
Clare Barron talks to three teenage dancers about the friendships they've formed through dance, what competition means to them, and what performing has taught them. Also: they dance!