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Underrepresented  Voices Resonate in Arts and Culture

Underrepresented Voices Resonate in Arts and Culture

Fall 2017 and spring 2018 were milestones for minority representation in art and entertainment, with creatives from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, genders, sexual identities and upbringings making their voices heard. Here, The Guide takes a look at some of the year’s best pieces of art and entertainment from diverse[Read More…]

by April 28, 2018 0 comments Year in Review 2017-2018
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‘Lathe of Heaven’ Director Talks Alternate Realities, Representation in Theater

Following the death of author Ursula Le Guin, professor Natsu Onoda Power of Georgetown’s theater and performance studies program examines the author’s 1971 novel, “The Lathe of Heaven,” which Power adapted into a play. Artfully directed and adapted, “The Lathe of Heaven” resonates with an analysis of race, gender and[Read More…]