HowlRound Theatre Commons, a free and open platform for theatre makers administered out of Emerson’s Office of the Arts, released its first published anthology, Essays and Conversations from the First Ten Years: 2011-2020, on Tuesday, June 21.
The book, curated by HowlRound’s former content editor May Antaki, associate producer Deen Rawlins-Harris, creative producer Abigail Vega, and co-founder and director Jamie Gahlon, features pieces that reflect HowlRound’s core values.
“In publishing this anthology, HowlRound hopes to further our vision of a theatre field where resources and power are shared equitably in all directions, contributing to a more just and sustainable world,” according to HowlRound. “The writing highlighted offers a much-needed reminder that alternatives to the status quo are possible, and we are making them together by practicing otherwise everyday.”
To order a copy or read some of the included pieces, visit howlround.com/anthology.