Passing Strange Guest Speaker
Join us this Saturday, May 14 at 4:00 pm for a free panel discussion on the themes in PASSING STRANGE, led by Dr. Nadine George-Graves.
Includes a panel discussion after the presentation with cast members.
Chicago Center for the Performing Arts
777 N. Green St., Chicago IL
How are people of African descent connected in the 21st century? How are black subjectivities formed? What does the African Diaspora mean now? How are these identities conveyed on and off stage? And how do performances like PASSING STRANGE help us negotiate this complex territory? Be a part of the discussion with Dr. Nadine George-Graves and others at this free event!
Dr. Nadine George-Graves (BA, Yale; PhD, Northwestern) is Professor of Theater and Dance at the University of California, San Diego. Her work is situated at the intersections of African American studies, gender studies, theater history, and dance history. She is the author of The Royalty of Negro Vaudeville: The Whitman Sisters and the Negotiation of Race, Gender, and Class in African American Theater, 1900-1940 and Urban Bush Women: Twenty Years of Dance Theater, Community Engagement and Working It Out as well as numerous articles on African American theater and dance. She is also an adapter and director.
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