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Lack of female representation has always been an issue in British Theatre.
Now, the situation is starting to change. Since 2012, when Josie Rourke was appointed artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse as the first female head of a major theatre in London, a new wave of women have been taking the lead. 836 more words
I am SO tired of shitty stories about women.
I am tired of shitty stupid, how-many-times-do-I-have-to-watch-this-same-old-ass-trope, kinds of narratives about ladies.
I am quite tired of listening to the same supposed allies defend the same small NOT reprehensible parts of a female character that makes her, um, remotely a baseline human as clear evidence of a writer or director’s progressive ability to write women. 1,508 more words
Introducing Notnow Collective
We are very excited to be working with new theatre company Notnow Collective on their first tour. Their show is inspired by motherhood and includes relaxed performances which parents can bring their babies to. 460 more words
Congratulations to Professor Lynne Greeley (University of Vermont) on the outstanding review of her book Fearless Femininity by Women in American Theatre (1910s to 2010s) 285 more words