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11th Anniversary? Impossible!

Last night The Fairy Princess had a somewhat humbling moment realizing that a show she was part of has been on the New York stages for 11 years. 97 more words


Are Publishers "The Good Guys" or "The Bad Guys"? (Part 1)

Depends on who you ask.

As an editor, I obviously want publishers to succeed for the sake of my future employment and good literature, but I also want to feel like the people I work for are on the right side of things. 2,305 more words


Diversity at the University of Tennessee

This past week I’ve been stoked about doing this project. However I had an extremely jam-packed week and had to wait until today to do it. 482 more words


Color blind and color conscious casting in theater

Reprinted from a post I originally published 12/1/11

Stephen Adly Guirgis is making headlines by criticizing the casting of two non-Latino white actors as nuyoricas. (New York Puerto Ricans). 1,834 more words


10 years of AlterTheater: A lifetime’s passion boiled down to statistics

For the record, I love statistics. I love the methodology that underlies good statistics. And I have a tendency to rip apart the “knowledge”, the “important advances”, the “groundbreaking studies” that rely on bad statistics. 611 more words

A Rising Voice of Reconciliation in the Evangelical Community

I saw so pumped to interview Trillia Newbell for UrbanFaith Magazine! Trillia is the author of United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity. Check out our interview below: 512 more words