BRAVA! for Women in the Arts
BRAVA! Theatre is a multicultural, feminist performing arts center located in San Fransisco.
Feminist activists and artists who use performance and culture jamming to advocate for the equality of women and people of color in the arts.
League of Professional Theatre Women
A not-for-profit organization that seeks to promote visibility and increase opportunities for women in theatre.
An award winning downtown venue producing plays by women.
Split Britches is a Lesbian Feminist Theatre Company. Since 1980 they have 'transformed the landscape of queer performance with their vaudevillian satirical gender-bending performance.'
NYC based WOW Cafe started as an international women's theatre festival in 1980 and continues to produce performances written and directed by women.
NYC up and OUT!
A resource for GLBT arts and culture events in New York City.
Asian American Arts Alliance
Support and funding for Asian American artists in New York City.
Asian American Arts Centre
New York City based organization that promotes and documents Asian American arts through education, archiving, and exhibitions.
Ma-Yi Theatre Company
The Ma-Yi Theatre Company produces new work by Asian American playwrights.
National Asian American Theatre Company
NAATCO produces work by Asian-American playwrights, and work featuring predominately Asian-American casts.
American Indian Arts Inc.
New York City based AMERINDA supports American Indian visual, performing and literary artists.
Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Education Center
Clemente Soto Velez is a Latino and Puerto Rican cultural arts center on Lower East Side. They are home to sixteen performing arts and educational groups -- including multiple theatre and dance companies.
National Alliance of Latino Arts and Culture
Based in San Antonio, TX, The National Alliance of Latino Arts and Culture is an advocacy organization for Latino artists.
New York City based Repertorio Espanol produces plays in Spanish from Latin American, Spanish and Hispanic-American playwrights.
Alvin Ailey Dance
Alvin Ailey is a professional modern dance company and school in New York City. They are internationally renowned and maintain a special focus on African-American dance expression.
Blackout Arts Collective
With seven chapters nation-wide, the Blackout Arts Collective works to empower communities of color through the arts.
Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!)
BAAD! is a workshop and performance space located in the South Bronx. It highlights new work by a diverse group of artists and performers.
The Point is a Community Center in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx. They have extensive performing arts programming for youth -- including classes in theatre, dance and circus arts.
Los Angeles Poverty Department
Since 1985 the Los Angeles Poverty Department has been creating performances about the experiences of people living in poverty in Los Angeles’ Skid Row.
A theatre festival in Washington D.C. that presents the best in international visual theatre.