Monthly Archives: January 2019

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ESSAY BY TIFFANY ANTONE Radical Empathy is the Theatre Artist’s New Job 08 February 2017 This article initially began with the words “We have failed.” I was burning up at the mind-numbing lack of compromise between party lines, pained by the inability of neighbor to love (or at least respect) neighbor, and stunned at the [...]

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In Search of Authenticity — Including Disability in Theatre

ESSAY BY ANDREA KOVICH courtesy or Howlaround In Search of Authenticity Including Disability in Theatre 17 January 2019 In an interview with the San Francisco Observer in 2005, playwright John Belluso eloquently explained why he chose to write about disability in his body of work: It is an experience that shapes my life and view [...]

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