2 years ago | Commentary
I don’t think there’s a way I can possibly talk you out of going to the latest rainbow-colored, unicorn vomit, sweet-toothed photo booth, anachronistically futuristic, cotton candy-headed, pop-up “art” exhibit, is there? After all, it’s time for y...
3 years ago | Media
Late last fall, a strange voicemail popped up on Alia Tavakolian’s cellphone. It was an automated female voice saying, “Goodbye from Yahoo.” It’s the kind of message you receive when you’ve permanently shut down your account or when it’s been hack...
After the Gamergate controversy in 2014, the harsh realities of being a female nerd became the topic of endless think pieces. The harassment campaigns targeting women made it easy to spot issues of misogyny in video game culture, but what abo...
“Leave your pain here and go out and do your magnificent things.” This was one of the reassurances offered by Judge Rosemarie Aquilina to the female gymnasts who testified against the USA Gymnastics doctor who repeatedly abused the girls in his ch...
All the characters in Miller, Mississippi at Dallas Theater Center die. And playwright Boo Killebrew traps the audience in the house with the family as the body count piles up. Miller, Mississippi paints a harrowing portrait of a politically activ...
4 years ago | Theater
In early June, Shakespeare Dallas began receiving death threats from passionate supporters of President Donald Trump. These callers confused the Dallas company with New York’s Public Theater, which was producing Julius Caesar with a title cha...