Tag Archives: Theatre

Awesomeness Alert: Guerrilla Girls On Tour!

TweetIf you are not familiar with the Guerrilla Girls on tour, get familiar, there work is amazing, you know, if you are into that radical art, street theatre, anti-sexism thing! Check them out in action: You can check out more of their video here. If you want to bring them to your town, you can [...]
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Meg’s New Friend: Theater and Friendship in the Obama Era

TweetThe super friendly folks at The Production Company, which “exchanges challenging new work for the theater between Australia and the United States,” invited me to see their new play, Meg’s New Friend, and do a talk back on the feminist perspective afterward. Of course I wrangled my good friend and playwright Felice Belle into it [...]
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The Feministing Five: Patty Berne

TweetPatricia Berne is the Co-Founder and Director of Sins Invalid, a San Francisco theater company that blends performance and art with the political vision of a more just and equal world. The goal of the company is to challenge and reshape the public’s ideas about people with disabilities and other traditionally marginalized groups. Focusing particularly [...]
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Spring Awakening

TweetSorry folks, removed the video because of the automatic play–you can go here to watch it. I saw the musical Spring Awakening last weekend. Jos also saw it, so we’re both going to share our thoughts in this post. From Miriam: Growing up I was a big fan of musical theatre, and saw pretty much [...]
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