Livestreamed on this page 9 October 2013
Atlanta, GA, United States
9 October 2013
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Vera Stark: Passing and the Complex Landscape of Identity Formation at Emory University
9 October 2013
Emory University and Alliance Thatre present Vera Stark: Passing and the Complex Landscape of Identity Formation panel discussion filmed on 9 October 2013.
This video documents a panel discussion featuring Alliance Theatre Playwright in Residence, Pearl Cleage, as she discusses race and representation in By the Way, Meet Vera Stark by Lynn Nottage. Joining Cleage in conversation are Vera Stark director Leah Gardiner, Alliance Director of New Works Celise Kalke, 50 Shades of Black author Carlton Mackey, and Emory Professor of Bioethics Paul Root Wolpe.
Filmed on October 9, 2013 at the Emory University Center for Ethics, this discussion is part of an ongoing ethics and the arts series co-produced by the Alliance Theatre and Emory University.
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