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Critical Mass

Gwendolyn Alker, New York UniversityRobin Bernstein, Harvard UniversityMeghan Brodie, Ursinus CollegeJocelyn L. Buckner, Chapman UniversityCharlotte M. Canning, University of Texas at AustinSoyica Colbert, Georgetown UniversityJessica Del Vecchio, James Madison UniversityJill Dolan, Princeton UniversityMiriam Felton-Dansky, Bard CollegeLisa A. Freeman, University of Illinois at ChicagoDonatella Galella, University of California, RiversideHolly Hughes, University of MichiganSusan Jonas, 50/50 in 2020Joan Lipkin, That Uppity Theatre CompanyLisa Merrill, Hofstra UniversityJennifer-Scott Mobley, East Carolina UniversityPriscilla Page, University of Massachusetts, AmherstJennifer Parker-Starbuck, University of RoehamptonMaya Roth, Georgetown UniversityMartha Wade Steketee, Freelance Dramaturg and CriticWilla Taylor, Goodman TheatreLisa B. Thompson, University of Texas at AustinSara Warner, Cornell UniversityStacy Wolf, Princeton University

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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.