New York University Tisch School of the Arts undergraduate students immerse themselves in the creation of grassroots film, theater, audio, and photography.
This report attempts to capture a phenomenon in formation: the integration of community cultural development studies into higher education in the United States.
A growing collection of Roadside's playmaking and community cultural residency methodology
What happens when William and Mary College students and local residents explore Williamsburg's 1950's Civil Rights era history through the stories of local residents?
From 1990 to 1993, at Cornell University, Roadside developed and taught a course in popular theater and playwriting and hosted, with Cornell, a national symposium on popular theater.
Roadside Theater, Junebug Productions, Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, and El Teatro de la Esperanza work with ASU and community groups to create original performing art focusing on untold stories.
Articles about Roadside Theater, Grassroots Theater, National Conversations about the Arts, the Appalachian Region, Art and Community Organizing, and the Roadside Newsletter Archive. Articles are in alphabetical order according to title.