May 1, 2020
May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, so we sat down with Francis Jue, Kendyl Ito, and Jaygee Macapugay to reflect on their experiences in Soft Power, Wild Goose Dreams, and what it means to be an artist in a time that is uniquely difficult for theater, and especially for Asian Americans. We also...
Apr 20, 2020
In this episode, we sit down with Pentagram partner and world-renowned designer Paula Scher to dive into her 25+ year long love affair with The Public and hurdles that identity designers must face in an ever changing landscape.
Apr 6, 2020
In this episode, we chat with Company Dramaturg Jesse
Cameron Alick and Director of New Artists Jack
Phillips Moore about what it means to develop new work for
the theater, their advice for aspiring artists, and why dramaturgy,
like love, is an action.
Hosted by Reynaldi Lindner Lolong and Fernando Masterson
Feb 26, 2020
Bryan Joseph Lee, head of our Public Forum program, talks with us about all the ways that we create space for conversation and engagement around the work on our stages, ranging from our free monthly Civic Salon series to a mobile tour around the city. We also explore what it means to make these spaces more...
Dec 4, 2019
This month we're putting the spotlight on roles that happen behind the scenes to make the work possible. Stage Managers Alyssa Howard (For Colored Girls...) and Buzz Cohen (A Bright Room Called Day) tell us why being a stage manager is like "dancing with the play", and Operations Associate Mariana Ortiz shares the...