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Welcome to our livestream archive. You can find all past event videos on this page.

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performingborders in Conversation with Rosa-Johan Uddoh and Party Office
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performingborders in Conversation with Rosa-Johan Uddoh and Party Office

An Ongoing Conversation Between Artists, Thinkers, and Activists

Wednesday 10 July 2024
London, UK

performingborders is excited to invite you to join artists Rosa-Johan Uddoh and Party Office for an open online conversation exploring their upcoming performingborders commissions: our annual performance to camera for 2024 and our guest-curated digital pamphlet, both to be published before 10 July.

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Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work
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Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work

A Playwriting Masterclass

Monday 1 July 2024
New York City

Watch Me Work is a communal work session for anyone eager to nurture and sustain their creative process. Facilitated by Public Theater Playwright-in-Residence Suzan-Lori Parks and the New Work Development department, Watch Me Work takes place via Zoom sessions and HowlRound livestreams that you can join at home, at school, or in a coffee shop from anywhere in the world!

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The Indigenous Theatre Symposium
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The Indigenous Theatre Symposium

Panels and Keynotes from Indigenous Directors and Playwrights

Friday 28 June 2024
Rochester, NY

The Indigenous Theatre Symposium will feature keynote remarks from Santee Smith (Kahnyen’kehàka Nation, Turtle Clan), artistic director of Kaha:wi Dance Theatre; an Indigenous Playwrights Panel Conversation with creatives such as DeLanna Studi (Cherokee) who Geva audiences got to know through her play And So We Walked last season and who will be Geva Theatre’s 2024/26 artist in residence; a film screening of Unseen Tears; as well as a special panel composed of young Native playwrights presented in collaboration with Native Voices. 

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The Role of Theatre Directors in Times of Crisis
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The Role of Theatre Directors in Times of Crisis

A Panel from the 2024 National Institute for Directing & Ensemble Creation Professional Peer Exchange

Wednesday 26 June 2024
United States

This panel, moderated by Liz Foster-Shaner, will include stories, examples, and reflections on how the panelists, as artists or as leaders of theatres or collectives/ensembles, have navigated, shifted focus, changed practices, re-prioritized, or evolved leadership in times of crisis—whether responding to natural disasters, state violence, political crisis, pandemic, war, or genocide. What does leadership mean in these times, and what is the way forward as directors and theatremakers now? 

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SAY GAY PLAYS: A Call for Theater Activism for LGBTQ+ Rights
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SAY GAY PLAYS: A Call for Theater Activism for LGBTQ+ Rights

How Theatremakers and Educators Can Engage Local Communities Through Storytelling

Wednesday 26 June 2024

This Pride Month, join SAY GAY PLAYS collaborators as they discuss how you can use these LGBTQ+ stories of courage, triumph, and pride as a tool for change in your community—and how the project’s collective impact can help change hearts, minds, and legislation.

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On the RISE: How Maestra Music is Changing the Theatre Industry
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On the RISE: How Maestra Music is Changing the Theatre Industry

A Panel Discussion and Industry Reception

Monday 24 June 2024
New York City

In the past year, Maestra’s reach has continued to grow through a partnership Directory with MUSE (Musicians United for Social Equity) and with the launch of the RISE Theatre Directory, built in partnership with Lin-Manuel Miranda and the Miranda Family Fund and created for backstage, administrative, and creative professionals in the performing arts. Join us at this panel discussing the importance of visibility with the creation of these Directories and learn how community is cultivated and supported through the programming offered by Maestra Music.  

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The Theatre Communications Group (TCG) National Conference
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The Theatre Communications Group (TCG) National Conference

Panels and Conversations about the State of American Theatre

Thursday 20 June to Saturday 22 June 2024
Chicago, IL

The TCG National Conference is one of the largest nationwide gatherings of the not-for-profit theatre community. TCG has been gathering folks this way since 1976 and each year, the National Conference creates space for theatre practitioners across the globe to get inspired, learn from one another, and build toward collective action. It’s also been a way for TCG and the field to get intimately familiar with theatre communities around the country, and to channel the particular energy of their artists.

A promotional graphic for Watch Me Work.
Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work
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Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work

A Playwriting Masterclass

Monday 17 June 2024
New York City

Watch Me Work is a communal work session for anyone eager to nurture and sustain their creative process. Facilitated by Public Theater Playwright-in-Residence Suzan-Lori Parks and the New Work Development department, Watch Me Work takes place via Zoom sessions and HowlRound livestreams that you can join at home, at school, or in a coffee shop from anywhere in the world!

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Slow Cooking Live
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Slow Cooking Live

A Podcast-Video Art Experiment Inviting Artists With a History of Migration Who Work with Food-Making and Food-Sharing as Creative Tools

Friday 14 June and Saturday 15 June 2024
London, UK

Two special ‘An Evening with…’ style live events, with home-made food sharing and conversations with artists Selina Thompson and Toni-Dee (Friday 14th) and Sonia Sandhu (Saturday 15th). Together, they spent the day buying food from local markets and independent shops, cook together and then traveled to Theatre in the Mill to share it all with you. 

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The Theatrical Jazz Conference
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The Theatrical Jazz Conference

Celebrating the Legacy of Groundbreaking Artists who Invoke Elements of Jazz as Theatrical Language

Friday 14 June 2024
Minnesota

Pillsbury House and Theatre (PH+T) presented The Theatrical Jazz Concert at The University of Minnesota that celebrates and extends the legacy of groundbreaking artists Laurie Carlos, Sekou Sundiata, Ntozake Shange, and numerous others who revolutionized the American theatre by invoking elements of classic jazz—such as call-and-response, polyphony, syncopation, and improvisation—as theatrical language.

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