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When Avenue Q Goes Local
Essay

When Avenue Q Goes Local

Racism and the Production of Plays that Joke about Race

by Stephen Quigley
25 September 2014
Art for All
Essay

Art for All

What South Carolina Taught Me About Radical Theatermaking

by Lauren Ferebee
5 September 2014
When Avenue Q Goes Local
Essay

When Avenue Q Goes Local

Racism and the Production of Plays that Joke about Race

25 September 2014

Stephen Quigley writes about a production of Avenue Q in South Carolina, and what arises when producing a musical which tackles race outside of its original premiere and setting: New York City.

Art for All
Essay

Art for All

What South Carolina Taught Me About Radical Theatermaking

5 September 2014

Over my time in Spartanburg, I learned firsthand that South Carolina is not a homogenous place. There are all kinds of people in South Carolina, people with voices and powerful stories. A lot of those stories are invisible because of the cultural and political climate that surrounds them. That doesn’t mean they aren’t there—but it means that to those living outside of the state, they don’t exist.