In this blog post, writer Patrick Gabridge talks about the need for white writers to specify the race of the characters in their plays and how the racial make-up of theatre companies make just as powerful a statement, if not moreso, about diversity in theatre. Read the article here.
Tags » Playwriting
As soon as I heard about this, I knew it was going on the blog. The unfortunate part is that I don’t know that a good 95% of the theatre department here knows at all what I’m talking about, and I think being involved in this conversation of the future of theatre is absolutely essential to getting an education in the theatre. 652 more words
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Aurora: A woman in her late forties/early fifties, full of heat, flashy and wild, unruly hair, unruly mind. 948 more words