The conversation is free. If you wish to read more and possibly stream the show for $10, please do so here:
We will begin with a discussion about this Q Brothers' adaptation of OTHELLO. The performers and choreographer of the show will offer insights into interpreting this story centered on “otherness.”
Amara Brady, an advocate of anti-racist theatre will help us dive into a broader conversation about diversity and equity. (https://www.amarajanaebrady.com/)
As FUN HOME playwright Lisa Kron states, “You can tell a story in which everybody in the world is the same and everything in the world is just like everything else. Or you can tell a story about how things are not the same, and yet equally human.” We're committed to doing the latter. The live talkback event is free and open to the first 100 email accounts that register.