Black Theatre Symposium: Artistic Housing at Clarice Smith, Feb 28 at 9am
Black Theatre Symposium
Saturday, February 28, 2015, all day
A day-long symposium on black theatre, including a performance of Artistic Housing by Seret Scott at 10:30am. Registration fee includes a ticket to the evening performance of Good Kids.
Who are the exemplars of excellence in black theatre? Which institutions are successfully cultivating black theatre practitioners? How do we facilitate inclusion and diversity in the technical and administrative aspects of the field? How can black performers expand their artistry and marketability?
Theatre professionals, scholars, and students will convene to discuss and take action around these questions as we explore the expansion of of an inclusive presence and influence in the field of theatre.
Sessions will include panel discussions, workshops, a special performance of Seret Scott’s one-woman play, Artistic Housing.
One ticket to The School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies’ production of Good Kids is included with payment of the full registration fee. Students and volunteers participating in the symposium may purchase a ticket for $5.00.
Free student tickets available February 9, 2015
Lunch and one ticket to the February 28 performance of Good Kids is included in registration fee.