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Celebrate the work of Black artists, actors, and poets

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Black Acting Methods: Diversity in the Theatre Classroom

Black Acting Methods: Diversity in the Theatre Classroom is a roundtable discussion recorded online about the future of theatre, the need to challenge the Eurocentric model of theatre history, the Black aesthetic, and other topics.


Black Artists on Inclusivity in Musical Theatre

Musical Matters explores inclusivity and representation in American musical theatre with artists from historically marginalized communities. This exclusive five-part series is hosted by actor, writer, and advocate for inclusion, Christine Toy Johnson.


Dominique Morisseau

Dominique Morisseau (1978–present) is an American actor and playwright, author of Pipeline, The Detroit Projects and several other plays. Morisseau was a recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship (also known as the 'Genius Grant') in 2018.


Poetry and American Civil Rights

In this series, explore the poetry of the American Civil Rights movement. Listen to poems from Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks and many more!


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