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REVIEW: Rose Napoli writes the world of Mad Madge with a glittery, fun-filled gel pen

Overall, Mad Madge is a hoot, a compelling story rendered accessible and charming by Napoli’s text and Donaldson’s realization of it.

By Aisling Murphy / Apr 18, 2024
iPhoto caption: Rose Napoli appears as Margaret in her play Mad Madge. Photo by Dahlia Katz.

What is a feminist rom-com?

Rose Napoli reflects on Mad Madge, rom-coms, and the undeniable power of Patrick Swayze.

By Rose Napoli / Apr 17, 2024

Growing Pains in the Opera Industry: In Conversation with Teiya Kasahara 笠原貞野

“It took many occasions of being in micro-aggressive, racist, sexist, unsafe situations that led me to realize that this was not the kind of industry I wanted to be in."

By Stephen Low / Sep 27, 2022

Dengbêj | Storyteller

Children of Fire is a story of kind women who fight generously and relentlessly for a better world.

By Anna Chatterton, , Shahrzad Arshadi / Jun 23, 2022