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Regina Victor

Regina Victor (they/them/theirs) is a director, multidisciplinary artist, and arts critic, Victor has helped develop world premieres by korde arrington tuttle (graveyard shift), Antoinette Nwandu (Breach:...), Loy Webb (The Light, His Shadow), Sarah Ruhl and Morgan McNaught (A Persephone Pageant), among others. Primarily a developper of new work, their roots are in classical theatre specifically theatre Recent credits include assistant directing graveyard shift at the Goodman Theatre, The Roommate and Familiar at Steppenwolf Theatre, and dramaturging Too Heavy for your Pocket and To Catch a Fish with Timeline Theatre. Other collaborations include: Victory Gardens Theatre, About Face, Writers Theatre, Shattered Globe, The New Colony, Walkabout Theatre, and California Shakespeare Theatre. As a critic, their writing can be found at Howlround, American Theatre Magazine, The Windy City Times and on Rescripted (www.rescripted.org), the arts journalism platform they founded in 2017. Up next: Graveyard Shift at The Goodman Theatre (assistant director). Learn more at www.reginavictor.com.

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The Responsibility of the Artist-Critic
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The Responsibility of the Artist-Critic

1 August 2019

Kitty Drexel and Regina Victor, both artists and critics, talk about working through biases, accountability, transparency, and more.

The Need for Cultivating Theatre Critics of Color
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The Need for Cultivating Theatre Critics of Color

7 April 2017

Tanuja Jagernauth and Regina Victor discuss the lack of theatre critics of color, and issues surrounding agency and consent for theatre artists of color.

#BreakingtheBinary
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#BreakingtheBinary

an interview with SK Kerastas and Lisa Evans

26 January 2017

Regina Victor interviews SK Kerastas and Lisa Evans about their work to make theatre institutions more accessible for trans* people, on and off stage.