Robin Ritz’s song and video celebrate the divine feminine—in the women in our lives, in our archetypes and in ourselves.
Hope Singsen had done very little producing before she began putting together The #HealMeToo Festival, which just wrapped in New York City. She started with a plan to find a space to produce Skin, her solo show about the road and obstacles to healing and reclaiming intimacy after childhood sexual trauma, and to share that […]
Hundreds of feminists, seated in long wooden benches under the vaulted ceilings of the Los Angeles City Council Chambers, bore witness last week to a historical revisitation fit for the current political moment.
“The chance to immerse myself in this project and deepen my understanding of Gloria’s life and work has been completely life-altering.”
Handmaids. Witches. Comedians and musicians. These were not your standard #MeToo stories. This was The Witch Hunt, a variety show inspired by the #MeToo movement.
Stepping into Daryl Roth Theatre, just steps from Union Square, now feels like stepping into a feminist time machine.
The Women’s Voices Theater Festival currently wrapping up in Washington, D.C., featured over 30 theatrical productions written by some of the country’s pre-eminent women playwrights. We spoke to two of them.
Activist, writer and lawyer Mary Kathryn Nagle once persuaded her professor to let her write a play based on a Supreme Court ruling that tribal nations have sovereignty over what happens on their lands. That project became the seed for Sovereignty.
“For me, my feminism is intrinsically connected to my sexuality. To me, these things go hand in hand.”
“I think women, and all artists, should put their efforts into whatever medium they’re the most drawn to. There’s a huge need for the authentic voices of women and gender non-binary people, and there’s no real telling where opportunity lies.”