Organized by Alexandra Meda (she/ella) Director & Cultural Strategist
Dr. Monica Ndounou (she/hers), Founding Executive Director, The CRAFT Institute; Associate Professor, Theater Department, Dartmouth
Armando Huipe (they/them), Arts Management Consultant and Theatre Producer
Leslie Ishii (she/hers)
This session will report on and discuss the BIPOC theater artist-led survey project “Impact of COVID-19 Closures on BIPOC Practitioners and Black, Indigenous, and Theatres of Color (BITOC).” These artist-centered surveys were formulated and distributed as the pandemic shut down theatres and canceled theatre-maker jobs as the country experienced eruptions naming racism, anti-Blackness, and other discriminations against BIPOC (and/or People of the Global Majority, terms that overlap but are not interchangeable). Building on information gathered, we will hold space to discuss where BIPOC/BITOC theater-making is now, as well as open up the conversation about the theater we want to be making.
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