Tag Archives: Theatre

The Academic Feminist Presents: Marisa Irabli and Feministing’s Student Series!

TweetHere at Feministing, two of our great loves are academic feminism and young feminists. Now we’re bringing the two together: today’s Academic Feminist column kicks off a series of interviews with students about their college theses or final projects that explore topics related to gender and sexuality. The first interview in our series comes from [...]
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The Feministing Five: Regina Taylor

TweetRegina Taylor is a Golden Globe-winning actress and playwright, gracing film, television and theater. Originally from Dallas, Texas, Taylor started writing at the young age of five. She continued writing throughout college until she took an acting class and got bit by the actor’s bug. Most television audiences may recognize Taylor from her role as [...]
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Saviour? New play by Esther Armah tackles white privilege in Obama era

Tweethttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg52i_9iITs Attention New York City: This weekend is your last chance to see a stellar play, Saviour? written by the amazing Esther Armah, which I’ve seen (and Samhita is going to on Saturday) that tackles the very difficult hot button issue of white privilege in the Obama era. The play is centered around a lawsuit [...]
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Theatre festival highlights women playwrights of colour

TweetNow in its twelfth year, the River Crosses Rivers II festival is one of the only events in America that highlights the works of women playwrights of colour. “The goal, simply put, is to give these women the kind of exposure that is provided by Ensemble Studio Theater, whose goal is to nurture individual theatre [...]
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Theatre festival highlights women playwrights of colour

Tweet Now in its twelfth year, the River Crosses Rivers II festival is one of the only events in America that highlights the works of women playwrights of colour. “The goal, simply put, is to give these women the kind of exposure that is provided by Ensemble Studio Theater, whose goal is to nurture individual [...]
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