“Mr. Rochester definitely needed a better support system.” Talking writing and identity politics with Tiffany Monique

I feel like this topic needs no introduction. In our American artistic spaces there has been an ongoing conversation about race and racial disparity, about gender and gender disparity, about minorities and minority disparity. We’ve been talking and reading alot about perspective, agency, representation, about being heard and being given a voice. Theatre festivals all […]

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“I’m getting better at writing when I’m happy” talking to Christine Jean Chambers

“I’m getting better at writing when I’m happy” talking Fire This Time with Christine Jean Chambers I remember Christine Chambers vividly from the first day of classes at Columbia. We all sat around a group of tables brought together to the center of the room to form one. Now that I think about it, this […]

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“landing on your ass is a good place to start” talking The Palatines hand made shoeswith Jessica Taft Langdon

I’ve known Jessica Taft Langdon since way back when my mom drove a bunch of us to the Nassau Colosseum to Morrissey in 1992. We danced, we swooned, we knew every last word, hung on every last gesture, and when he sang Angel, Angel Down We Go Together we felt with our fullest hearts that […]

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“…the further I pull back from what I know . . . the closer I hit home to what I do know” Talking to Adrienne Dawes

I don’t know Adrienne Dawes personally, although certainly I know her better since this profile. She sent us a play for Sticky in 2012, and we produced it. It was called “It’s Goodbye,” and was directed by Christopher Burris, one of my favorite all time directors, and performed by Shawn-Michael Bowles and Jordan Dann, of […]

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