Welcome back! Here’s the rundown for today’s episode: In Segment #1 I’m going to answer last week’s Black Theatre trivia question and provide a little historical context. Then I’ll give you this week’s question. In Segment #2 I will introduce this week’s Black Thought. This week’s quote by Audre Lorde best frames the theme of the episode. Finally, in Segment #3, I’m going to look at the recent protests for greater equity and inclusion in American society that have spilled over into the American Theatre.
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2 thoughts on “Black Theatre Matters S1E3: The Master’s Tools”
Ok, I didn’t get around to hearing your first triva question about Alice Childress. Of course I knew the answer. Sorry I didn’t get to the question in time.
On Tue, Jun 9, 2020 at 9:20 PM Black Theatre Matters wrote:
> Gary Anderson posted: “Welcome back! Here’s the rundown for today’s > episode: In Segment #1 I’m going to answer last week’s Black Theatre trivia > question and provide a little historical context. Then I’ll give you this > week’s question. In Segment #2 I will introduce this week’s ” >
Well, hopefully more people will try their hand at this one.
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