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GoodWork

Six Words on Survival

We challenged past and present Education programming participants to submit their stories of life during COVID-19 using only six words each. Bittersweet, sorrowful and uplifting—see what they have to say.

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Meet the Playwright

“I Hate It Here” playwright Ike Holter shares how he wrote a play about the world falling apart—while the world was falling apart.

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GoodWork

Stories of Asserting Your Greatness

In honor of Pride Month, we share stories from GeNarrations participants Barbara McBee and Michael Jackson from Radclyffe Hall, which was established as an affinity space for LGBTQIA writers. Before COVID-19, the storytellers at Radclyffe Hall met every week at Sidetrack Chicago in the heart of Boystown.

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Beyond “Boys in the Band”

Willa J. Taylor, Walter Director of Education and Engagement, on celebrating and recognizing queer theater history this Pride Month with moving documentaries, podcasts, articles and more.

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Features

Live Series FAQ

Meet Video Director Christiana Tye, the National Emmy Award-winning television producer who collaborates with each Live series director to broadcast the play to your home.

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Features

Life Story

The Sound Inside playwright Adam Rapp has been an influential figure in American theater for more than two decades. Read along as we chart Rapp’s life and career trajectory.

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