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Welcome to the 5th profile in our new blog & podcast series by Artistic Associate Mariah Freda!

Meet Myjoycia Cezar- student, friend, stage manager and dramaturg extraordinaire.

Name: Myjoycia Cezar


Pronouns: She, Her, Hers


Sign: Leo Sun/Libra Moon/Virgo Rising

Signatur...

Welcome to the 4th profile in our new blog & podcast series by Artistic Associate Mariah Freda!

Alexandra is an actor, writer and collaborator. 

I first met her on the steps of South Oxford rehearsal space in Brooklyn. We were the first to arrive at the building which...

Welcome to the 3rd profile in our new blog & podcast series by Artistic Associate Mariah Freda!

China Pharr is cute.

I say this because every time China likes something, she calls it cute, so I’m here to say, China Pharr is cute. Way back when, on May 5th, when the pa...

Welcome to the 2nd profile in our new blog & podcast series by Artistic Associate Mariah Freda!
 


Allow me to introduce you to our next collaborator. 

Name:
Marissa Joyce Stamps


Pronouns:
She, Her, Hers


Sign:
Cancer sun, Scorpio moon, Leo rising (more than just a sun s...

Tess is fresh off of a break from the theater world and if this were a sports movie I would be rising from the stands and slow-clapping her back onto the court. It is a heroic return and in her words, “it feels really good to re-meet a part of you that’s always been a...

The Anthropologists re-affirms our solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and against systemic racism and police violence. 

We pledge to continue the work of dismantling white supremacy in our organization and art, as well as in our artistic community at large....

Introducing Shorts Edition:
a new podcast & interview series about the making of NO PANTS IN TUCSON.

For the past 5 weeks I have been virtually gathering with the cast and team of No Pants In Tucson to discuss, create and share pieces of what this show might become.

Devi...

In honor of International Women's Day, we are remembering the women from around the world who have inspired our plays. Our investigative plays are crafted from research and the voices of everyday people faced with extraordinary circumstances.

Our very first play was GIV...

 Participants creating a tableaux inspired by small group conversations.

On Tuesday, May 21, The Anthropologists organized an Emergency Response Session in reaction to the abortion bans passed in Alabama and Missouri. Thanks to the generosity of Robin Sokoloff and Town...

November 21, 2018

“Theatre is a form of knowledge; it should and can also be a means of transforming society. Theatre can help us build our future,

rather than just waiting for it”

– Augusto Boal

For Edy, Dar, Fen, and Gully in part 2 of This Sinking Island, it is perhaps already too lat...

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