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Just Announced! Playwright Jessica Hagedorn
will be joining the post-reading Q&A! Adapted from the 1990 novel of the same name,
Jessica Hagedorn’s Dogeaters presents a Philippines
that is “sometimes grim and stark, sometimes beautiful and
lush, but always volatile.” Set in Manila in 1982, this
epic play follows hustlers and authoritarians; soldiers and
beauty queens; filmmakers and revolutionaries as the
world’s eyes turn to the Philippines for the first Manila
International Film Festival.
PLAYWRIGHTS ON RACE AND AMERICA WITH CRYSTAL DICKINSON AND
BRANDON J. DIRDEN
SUN, FEB 28 | 2:00 PM | ZOOM | PRICE:
$30 or $24 for Donors and Subscribers (Discount will
automatically be applied at checkout)
In this class, Crystal and Brandon will
present scenes from works by Black female playwrights and
participate in a discussion led by moderator Kamilah Bush
(former TRT Artistic Assistant and current Literary Manager
at Portland Center Stage) to explore the ways in which
these artists addressed American issues of race and gender.
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TIME LIVE OF SULWE BY LUPITA NYONG'O? CHECK IT OUT
Join author and Two River Theater teaching
artist Carmen Rubin as she reads Lupita Nyong'o's story of Sulwe,
which follows a young girl who wishes for her dark skin to
be lighter. The story is ultimately about colorism and
learning to love oneself, no matter one's skin tone. This
reading is perfect for ages 4–8.
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