Methodology – Practice-as-Research

Critical Scholarly Investigations with the Pan-African Theatre Ensemble:

 

Audience Reception Theory and Audience Engagement – How to decode stereotypes and iterative representations in gendered and racialized vocabularies – Qualitative Data

Social Justice – Interest in representations of race, gender, sexuality, sexual violence, and how these issues affect women of color, multiple oppression, and in creating liberation on stage

Cultural Activism – Curating (Pan)Black theatre – Pan-African and African Diasporic works reflecting theatres from the continent of Africa and the African Diaspora.

Theatre Pedagogy - Developing theatre pedagogy for deeper reflective character analyses and embodiment

Community – Developing leadership training and role-playing for women-of-color from the community and providing access to theatre, digital media and interaction with STEAM in theatre arts and technology.

 

Exposé – Unearthing human experience, suffering and resolve, and exploring how theatre and performance reflect, empower, and heal communities

       

Images – How do images – embodied, moving, and still - impact various performers and audiences?

Current Practice as Research Projects – Leading to theatre productions and/or publications.

  • Black Feminist (Re)Memorials – The restaging of the past as present moments/happenings

  • New Black Plays Series 

  • Women’s Digital Mask Project

  • Radical Inclusion II - Installation

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