“actors [of a certain race] weren’t just cast because they were great for the role, but also because the director had something to say”
Category: The Body
“My work is confessional…My self portraits beg for viewers to examine them, and in turn me, as closely as I do myself.”
A recent article in the Los Angeles Times addressed the gains that women conductors have made in a world (still) dominated by male leaders.
A thought from Virginia Woolf about the limitations of an individual to speak un-biased about questions of sex.
Judith Hanna considers why the press has focused on screen-writer Diablo Cody’s prior profession, and how being a stripper may have positively influenced her current work.
A quote from an article in The Guardian (UK) about the absence of Black Women in the ballet world