with Arts Boston, Boston Center for the Arts, and The Front Porch Arts Collective in Boston, MA
Tuesday 19 November 2019
Arts Boston, Boston Center for the Arts, and The Front Porch Arts Collective presented the Live Arts Criticism Panel livestreamed from Boston, MA on the commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Tuesday 19 November at 2:30 p.m. PST (San Francisco, UTC-8) / 4:30 p.m. CST (Chicago, UST-6) / 5:30 p.m. EST (Boston, UTC-5).
Early Black Feminist Theatre and Lynching Dramas Revisited
Daughters of Lorraine Podcast Episode #2
12 November 2019
For this episode of the Daughters of Lorraine Podcast, Jordan Ealey and Leticia Ridley focus on the histories and enduring legacies of lynching dramas, covering early twentieth century history of Black women playwrights using theatre for protest ends, and situating them in Black feminism and Black radical tradition.
Livestreaming Debate: The Need for Critical Analysis of Artistic Products
in Cluj, Romania
Monday 11 November 2019
Reactor – a space for creative experiments in Cluj, Romania presents the debate The Need for Critical Analysis of Artistic Products livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Monday 11 November 2019 at 8 a.m. PST (Vancouver, UTC -8) / 11 a.m. EST (New York, UTC -5) / 16:00 GMT (London, UTC +0) / 17:00 CET (Budapest, UTC +1) / 18:00 EET (Cluj, UTC +2).
On this first episode of Daughters of Lorraine Podcast, Leticia Ridley and Jordan Ealey discuss Woolly Mammoth's production of Fairview by Jackie Sibbilies Drury, its theoretical and theatrical interventions, as well as situate it in the historical and cultural contexts of Black theatre.
Catherine M. Young discusses the recent Broadway production of Oklahoma!, which she believes, despite inclusive casting and adventurous aesthetics, asks audiences to pay more attention to white men than anyone else.
Alix Rosenfeld talks about the difference between inclusion and belonging when it comes to working with the disability community, using the Philadelphia-based FringeArts production of A Fierce Kind of Love as an example.