Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids

Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids

Polar Bears is the second play in the line-up of Stanford Repertory Theater’s 21st annual summer festival produced in partnership with Planet Earth Arts and the National Center for New Plays. It is fitting that Polar Bears makes its debut in the San Francisco Bay Area because the play wants to unsettle liberal white social activists.

Being Bold Enough to Produce My Own Work

Being Bold Enough to Produce My Own Work

Life has taught me that the ability to achieve any goal is determined by how one perceives obstacles. Oxford dictionary defines an obstacle as “a thing that blocks one’s way or prevents or hinders progress.” Nearly a decade ago, I moved to New York City to find...
Theater Review: “Fairytale”

Theater Review: “Fairytale”

Fairytale reaches into Richmond’s dating and relationship culture and pulls out definitions of rape and abuse that are familiar to everyone in the community but that are never spoken about. Fairytale exemplifies the type of work and the type of space that theater can create when it is made by and with talent from a particular community with a shared experience.

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