"What She Said" Festival


Representation & How to Get It shows 1 night in NYC Oct. 29


Come see the new solo show about women and voting rights touring this fall, presented in New York by the United Solo Theatre Festival

Open call for short plays

International Human Rights Art Festival Short Play Festival 2023

New York City's International Human Rights Art Festival (IHRAF.ORG) and The Tank Theater issue a call for proposals for a ten-minute play festival on Wednesday evening, January 11, 2023 as part of the International Human Rights Art Festival’s Winterfest, January 11-13 at the Tank, 312 W. 36th Street, NYC.

formación multidisciplinaria sobre arte y genero


Residui Teatro presenta ART GENDER, un proyecto de formación multidisciplinaria orientada a dar visibilidad a los estereotipos y actitudes irrespetuosas hacia el ser humano que se transmiten culturalmente y promover así un cambio hacia una conciencia de género.

¿A quién va dirigido el proyecto?

Keiin Yoshimura shares a video report made as a thank-you to those who supported her crowdfunding to participate in Transit 10.

The NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre provides grants to encourage and support the creation of digital, film, music, television, and live or online theatre content that reflects the voices and perspectives of all who identify as women.

2022 Ellen Stewart Career Achievement in Professional Theatre Award

Congratulations to Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver of Split Britches, who are two of the three recipients of the 2022 Ellen Stewart Career Achievement in Professional Theatre Award.

European Cultural Heritage Awareness Award

Evropa Nostra Srbija and Dah Theater are proud to announce that the jury of the European Cultural Heritage Awareness Awards dedicated to Helena Vaz da Silva, has awarded Special Recognition to our Diana Milošević for her key role in defense of European culture and values.

by Nora Amin

A solo performance by Nora Amin, that is also a personal testimony of the author, choreographer and director, who traces her own body history between Egypt and Germany. She searches for an artistic language that embodies both trauma and the ecstasy of liberation, and allows for communal dancing as an intimate and decolonial practice beyond the categorizations of white economies.

Felicitamos a Patricia Ariza por su nombramiento como ministra de Cultura de Colombia.

"La directora de teatro y dramaturga Patricia Ariza ha sido designada por el presidente electo Gustavo Petro como nueva Ministra de Cultura. Se trata de una artista feminista que ha hecho un trabajo durante años con comunidades marginadas, que ha sido militante en la izquierda, que es cercana a movimientos de artistas independientes, y que fue de las pioneras de lo que en Colombia se llamó el Nuevo Teatro."