Today we acknowledge that our office, rehearsal spaces, and performance spaces are located on the ancestral lands of the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation and the Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation.Read More
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Although giving is more necessary than ever, we acknowledge it is also more complicated than ever. If you are able, please click here to make your donation. Well, actually 31!Read More
We can’t believe it’s been a year since you left us.Read More
We are thrilled to announce our participation in the #PlayAtHome project, a series of short plays to be enjoyed at home, commissioned specifically for this moment of unprecedented isolation, to inspire joy and connection for all. The goals are simple: pay some artists, invite people to get offline and into their imaginations, and inspire joy and connection.Read More
Jenifer: Writers pray for actors like April Fossen.
April: Jenifer Nii’s language is (no exaggeration) Shakespearean.
I have realized while working on this project that the same audacity the Bassett women displayed is what is required of women today.Read More
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In “Where Are You From?” an Asian-American teen tries to figure out what it means for him to be Asian and American.Read More
When Utah women went to the polls in 1870, they became the first in the United States to cast ballots under a women’s suffrage law.Read More