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READ: The Courtroom Mentioned in NYT’s “How Theater Stepped Up to Meet the Trump Era”

Now that we have transitioned to a new presidential administration, we look back at the past 4 years with this New York Times article about how theater stepped up to meet the Trump Era.

We are grateful that NYT journalist, Laura Collins-Hughes, counts The Courtroom among so many incredible artists and projects who used theater and media as a way to respond to urgent civic, social, and economic questions as they emerged. We look forward to continuing that work in a new political era.

Read the article here!

Photo caption- from top left corner, clockwise: Waterwell’s 2019 “The Courtroom”- credit: Miguel Angel Amortegui | 2019 “Fairview”- credit: Richard Termine/The New York Times | The Public Theater’s 2017 “Julius Caesar”- credit: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times | Heidi Schreck’s “What the Constitution Means to Me”- credit: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times