What's Coming Up

TUES 6/9

"Stories, Sovereignty, and Imagining Forward", a panel discussion with Native artists as part of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas

Click here to watch the discussion!

6pm CST / 7pm EST​

MON 6/15

"Decolonizing the Arts", a panel discussion with Momentum Stage. Click here to watch the discussion!

6pm CST / 7pm EST 

JUNE 2020

Groundwater Arts has been accepted to the Liveness Lab to discuss the Green New Theatre! 

Hamlet: El Príncipe de Denmark, photography by Russell Mills

MON 6/29

"Inequities in the Arts", a panel discussion supported by the DIAL Fellowship and the city of Nashville. Link coming soon!

2pm CST / 3pm EST​


Tara just completed her newest play, Arbeka. The play will be developed with a Native director and dramaturg, and there will be a public reading following. Details to come. The development of Arbeka was generously supported through First Peoples Fund Cultural Capital Fellowship.


Groundwater Arts is hosting a series of calls on the Green New Theatre over the course of the next 9 months! Our first call was hosted in partnership with TCG and Howlround on June 3, 2020, and we are excited to share more about the following calls! You can view the first call here.


Tara is excited to share that she is among the wonderful artists commissioned by Lauren Gunderson for the New Now Commission! The plays will be eventually shared in some form (public reading, digital publications for sharing, audio play) when ready, and the artists will commit to discussing their work on a public space to share their vision, process, and story. Stay tuned for what she'll write and be sure to check out all the commissioned artists here.

The Flashpaper is now on sale!

Tara was among a select group of artists who wrote essays, plays, photo diaries, and comics addressing the state of theatre right now during COVID-19. Read her piece, "I Imagine a Just Theatre" alongside the amazing work of artists from across the country by clicking the link and purchasing a copy.

100% of the proceeds go to artists and the Indie Theatre Fund. 

The Flashpaper