Pass Over Review by Leela Kiyawat

When asked about her decision to stick with one of her scripts for five years, playwright Antoinette Nwandu merely replied, “I’m staying with it because the divine spirit continues to keep it in my life.” The result of this dedication, which included multiple revisions of the original Off-Broadway ending, is Pass Over, the first Broadway … Read morePass Over Review by Leela Kiyawat

Drewe Goldstein is Branching Out (a Minh Pham interview series) by Minh Pham

The sun blazed outside, as it should on a hot summer’s day in July. Drewe Goldstein doesn’t mind. They settled down comfortably, inside, in a cozy nook of the New York apartment they’d freshly moved into since beginning as the artistic and production assistant for the Montgomery Place Festival at Bard College. I didn’t mind … Read moreDrewe Goldstein is Branching Out (a Minh Pham interview series) by Minh Pham

Anything at all by Devon Hulick

You don’t have to be anything that people say you need to You don’t have to be anything more than what you’re able to do right now. I think it’s okay to not be anything at all sometimes Devon Hulick is a gay, femme, Latin male who lives in Bend, Oregon and was raised on … Read moreAnything at all by Devon Hulick

“We’re Waiting WAT; Or, an English lesson on the word Gimmick” By Thai Harris Singer

*Editor’s note – The author of this piece would like it to be known that this is a work-in-progress, and that the notes from the original doc are very important. So next to the paragraphs with bolded lines there are pictures of the authors notes about the piece. * Don’t expect too much from me, … Read more“We’re Waiting WAT; Or, an English lesson on the word Gimmick” By Thai Harris Singer

“Paper Maps” by Julia Matsumoto

Made in Washington DC, these photographs are a negotiation of movement and paths to and from a home base.  “As a maker, I work to be untangling. I want to dwell with the tangible things I notice,  whether the quickly blooming tree outside this window, how to make rice, or the  patterns of people walking. The only detectable … Read more“Paper Maps” by Julia Matsumoto

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