Articles on Women, Gender, and Theatre

50 Women in New York Theater You Should Know About (Part One: 1-25)” theculturetrip.com (Dec. 4, 2017)

Where Are the Women? Parity Productions is Keeping a List” by Allison Considine (American Theatre, November 2, 2017)

Black Female Playwrights Want You to Face Facts. The Harsh Ones.” by Charles Isherwood (New York Times, September 16, 2016).

Internet Outcry Over Diversity Leads Manhattan Theater Club to Announce Season Details Early” by Laura Collins-Hughes (New York Times, August 20, 2015)

“Women Push for Equality On and Off Stage” by Suzy Evans (American Theatre, October 2014)

The Sexist Reality That the Tony Nominations Just Highlighted” by Michele Willens (The Atlantic, April 29, 2014)

The following is a collection of articles on women/gender and/in/or theatre we gathered for the fantasyfeminisms.com website, which was built to sustain discourse for two Women and Theatre Program roundtables at the annual conference of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education in 2013 and 2014.

“The Wellesley Man” by Katy Waldman (Slate, June 5, 2014)

“What Does It Mean for Feminism If It Becomes Trendy?” by Callie Beusman (Jezebel, 2/23/14)

“Encountering Black Culture in Acting Classrooms and Beyond” by Monica White Ndounou (Theatre Topics, Volume 19, Number 1, March 2009 pp. 95-102)

Rethinking Gender Bias in Theater” by Patricia Cohen (New York Times, June 23, 2009)

PDF “Opening the Curtain on Playwright Gender: An Integrated Economic Analysis of Discrimination in American Theater” by Emily Glassberg Sands (April 2009)

PowerPoint “Opening the Curtain on Playwright Gender: An Integrated Economic Analysis of Discrimination in American Theater” by Emily Glassberg Sands (April 2009)

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