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Critical Mass

Critical Mass, a group of artists, academics, and theatre advocates, came together in the summer of 2017 to collectively author this essay and raise awareness about Paula Vogel’s Indecent and Lynn Nottage’s Sweat on Broadway amid a conversation about critical bias toward women playwrights and playwrights of color. This essay was co-authored and co-signed by Gwendolyn Alker, Robin Bernstein, Meghan Brodie, Jocelyn L. Buckner, Charlotte M. Canning, Soyica Colbert, Jessica Del Vecchio, Jill Dolan, Miriam Felton-Dansky, Lisa A. Freeman, Donatella Galella, Holly Hughes, Susan Jonas, Joan Lipkin, Lisa Merrill, Jennifer-Scott Mobley, Priscilla Page, Jennifer Parker-Starbuck, Maya Roth, Martha Wade Steketee, Willa Taylor, Lisa B. Thompson, Sara Warner, and Stacy Wolf.

A Collective Call Against Critical Bias
Essay

A Collective Call Against Critical Bias

26 June 2017

A collectively authored essay by leading artists, academics, and theatre advocates about Paula Vogel’s Indecent and Lynn Nottage’s Sweat on Broadway amid a conversation about critical bias toward women playwrights and playwrights of color.

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