By Al Heartley and Kelvin Dinkins, Jr.
Howlround Theatre Commons, June 2020
What is unconscionable is that some theatres wish to act only when there is staggering evidence of racism and oppression rather than believe the lived experiences of their Black artists, administrators, board members, and audiences.
By Al Heartley
American Theatre Magazine, September 2019
Four years ago the Cleveland theatre was losing money. Now, thanks to savvy, responsive leadership, it’s running a surplus.
By Al Heartley and Jocelyn Prince
The Nonprofit Quarterly, Fall 2016
There is general consensus among nonprofit arts administrators and boards that our increasingly multicultural society is a reason to embrace diverse perspectives in the arts.
By Jocelyn Prince
Howlround Theatre Commons, October 2013
I now believe that as administrators and artists in non-profit American theaters, we must train ourselves to be allies—not just in our theaters with our co-workers and fellow artists, but also as allies to our audiences in our local communities, in our nation, and in our world.