Please take a moment to look at the social justice resources I have shared below. Art is, and always has been, political and everything here is deeply in line with my values as an artist.
Theatre is facing a long-overdue reckoning. The NYT has a collection of 20 ideas for how to change the American Theatre for the better including term limits for Artistic Directors and providing UBI and healthcare to all arts workers.
Please read this NYT article with four prominent black theatre artists on the ways American theatre can better fight its systemic racism.
I worked through White Supremacy and Me by Layla Saad in 2020 and encourage everyone with white privilege to work through it as well. Order your copy here.
Consider donating to Meals on Wheels which is more important than ever during the pandemic.
Please consider donating to The Bail Project which helps to ensure that freedom is actually free.
My name is Evan Sibley and I'm a New York-based actor and voice artist from Massachusetts. But you may know me from my heart-breaking turn as Duckling #8 in Make Way for Ducklings in 2001.
I love how stories can make people laugh, cry, and learn. Stories have changed my life for the better and I hope to do the same for others.
In my spare time, I love to play video games, board games, birdwatch, weightlift, and compare life to The Lord of the Rings non-stop.