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Unlocked: The Power Of Arts In Prison

Last month, Rehabilitation Through the Arts launched Unlocked, a moving short film that follows six formerly incarcerated people who participated in the arts while in prison. Watch their journeys unfold and here from more alumni voices at:

Atlantic Theater Company Honors Emily Tow Jackson

The Atlantic Theater Company celebrated female trailblazers at its spring gala, Divas’ Choice, at The Plaza. Honorees included three female arts philanthropy leaders, who have helped shape the Atlantic Theater Company and nurture its mission: Vicki Reiss (Executive Director, The Shubert Foundation), Carol Auerbach (Atlantic Board Member, Auerbach Family Foundation), and our own Emily Tow … Continued

Ribbon Cutting Reception For Leonard & Claire Tow Center For The Performing Arts

A ribbon-cutting reception for the new Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts welcomed Leonard Tow as a distinguished guest. “The new Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts is a magnificent addition to our beautiful campus,” said Brooklyn College President Michelle J. Anderson. “This cutting-edge facility will serve as a much-needed … Continued

Jocelyn Bioh’s Hit Returns Off-broadway This Fall

Jocelyn Bioh’s critically acclaimed School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play will return off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theatre this fall. Presented by MCC Theater and directed by Tony winner Rebecca Taichman, a limited return engagement will run from October 22nd to November 25th. Read More @ Playbill

In Asu Theater’s ‘men On Boats,’ White Male Actors Need Not Apply

Jaclyn Backhaus’ script instructs directors, “The characters in ‘Men on Boats’ were historically cisgender white males. The cast should be made up entirely of people who are not.” Read more @ The Republic