2020 Public Conversations

Public Conversation: The Artist and the Vote Part 2

Following one of the most significant elections in American history, a panel of HB artists from the U.S. and abroad, including faculty, students and alumni, join together to discuss voting and the democratic process, and what it means to have a political voice as an artist.

Moderated by David Deblinger

With Magaly Colimon-Christopher, John-Martin Green, Abhishek Jha, Juan Ramirez, Jr., Lorraine de Silva and Nya Yeanafehn

Monday, December 7 at 7:30pm
Held online over Zoom


Public Conversation: Decolonizing Speech and Accent Training

A discussion on 21st century strategies for equitable speech and accent training with speech and dialect professionals Joy Lanceta CoronelJosh MoserJacqueline Springfield, and Amy Mihyang Ginther. The talk is moderated by Paul Pryce.

Monday, November 23 at 7:00pm
Held online over Zoom


Public Conversation: The Artist and the Vote

Amid one of the most significant elections in American history, an international panel of artists discuss the boundaries and intersections between a creative, civic, and political life.

Moderated by David Deblinger

With Snezhana Chernova, Magaly Colimon-Christopher, John-Martin Green, Leyla Hadi, Peter Francis James, Abhishek Jha, Juan Ramirez, Jr., Lorraine de Silva and and Nya Yeanafehn

Sunday, November 1 at 7:30pm
Held online over Zoom


Meet & Greet with Rehearsal Space Residency Artists

We introduce HB Studio’s residency artists to learn about their works-in-progress and their ever-developing artistic careers.

Artists include Ashley Teague and Gwen Kingston – Untitled Whale Project; Jacqueline Raymond – Int’l Girl’s Ensemble; Kayhan Irani – There is a Portal; Blair Simmons – Print(Dialogue); Hyojin Park – MFA; and Morgan Smith – Averno.

Sunday, October 4 at 12:00pm
Held online over Zoom


Public Conversation: Documenting Artists – The Performing Arts Legacy Project

A presentation of curated life histories from HB Studio’s The Performing Arts Legacy Project (PAL) workshop cohort in partnership with The Actors Fund Research Center for Arts & Culture

PAL is an initiative of the Research Center for Arts and Culture at The Actors Fund. PAL celebrates the contributions of older actors by supporting them to document their own careers in an online platform that serves as a shared theater history and educational resource.

Monday, March 9 at 7pm
HB Playwrights Theatre | 124 Bank Street, New York


Public Conversation: STORYWEAVING: Spiderwoman Theater The oldest feminist and Native American theater in the U.S. and Canada (and probably the world)

A Discussion with founding members of Spiderwoman Theater Muriel Miguel and Gloria Miguel

Monday January 13, 2020 | 7 pm | HB Playwrights Theatre

 

Online presentations are made possible with support from the Noël Coward Foundation.