“Casting for Justice isn’t just about fair and equitable treatment for women and actors of color, although that’s incredibly important. It’s about making the art form relevant for all of us” writes Rebecca Ennals in a heartfelt essay.
Works by Women San Francisco celebrates our One Year Anniversary today! Since we began our journey, WWSF has endeavored to shine a spotlight on the fabulous, super-talented women artists who light up the […]
This Thursday, Marisela Treviño Orta and Amy Clare Tasker will co-moderate a Twitter conversation, continuing Howlround’s focus on gender parity in theater that began in last week’s conversation. Read on for details.
In his seminal 1972 book Ways of Seeing, art critic John Berger argues that women are perpetually plagued with a double-consciousness. As Berger sees it, women are simultaneously aware of […]
By Suma Nagaraj The South Asian Sisters, a diverse collective of South Asian women playwrights and performers in the Bay Area, proudly presented their ninth edition of Yoni Ki Baat, […]
Or, laying claim to wanting it all. While I was at a meeting of a playwrights’ workshop in Berkeley last week, my husband was at home watching the movie A […]