This Week's Must Read


The Lemon

The Lemon

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HERE ARE THIS WEEK'S BEST ARTICLES ABOUT THEATRE AND THE PERFORMING ARTS:

  • Our friends at Footlights write about the responsibility of the artist (Footlights)
  • Drama-Logue founder Bill Bordy has donated a total of $500,000 to LA STAGE Alliance. (This Stage)
  • When you go to the theatre and see a play, consider supporting the work of writers of color, especially women. (Howlround)
  • Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced on Saturday that it would be folding after 146 years. (LA Times)
  • Steven Leigh Morris writes about AEA and the new contracts for LA. (Stage Raw)
  • It's been 40 years of the London International Mime Festival (one of my fave festivals). (Guardian)
  • The Actor's Gang (and many LA theatres) took part in Thursday's Ghost Light Project. (LA Times)
  • With news of Trump and Republicans wanting to cut the NEA many are asking how do we fight for arts funding? (American Theatre)

What "must read" stories in the arts did you encounter this week?