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50 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
What We May Be Series Episode 4 - The Future
In our final episode in the What We May Be series, Rafael Molina explores what the future of educational theatre, Seattle, and the arts community at large might and could look like. Learn about artists who are pushing us forward with new interpretations, new work, new people in the room. Dive deep into the Shakespeare Equity Engagement program with Lamar Legend, learn more about upstart crow collective with Rosa Joshi, and hear about what BIPOC and predominantly white institutions should do next (and so much more) with Sara Porkalob.
45 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
What We May Be Series Episode 3 -Past and Present, Part 2
What’s the difference between diversity and equity? How is education changing? What kinds of people are our education programs trying to create? Series host Rafael Molina delves into these questions and more, while exploring after school and camp programs at Seattle Shakespeare. Our guests this week are director and educator Valerie Curtis-Newton, teaching artist Anastasia Higham, actor Sunam Ellis, and former Seattle Shakespeare student Violet Keteyian. Learn more, ask questions, and get involved at seattleshakespeare.org/education-celebration
39 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
What We May Be Series Episode 2-Past and Present, Part 1
This week, series host Rafael Molina explores education in schools and classrooms, from stories about being an immigrant struggling to understand playground games to the importance of rebellious teachers and the power of showing students that Shakespeare can be for them (and the struggle when it feels like it isn’t). Our guests are director Desdemona Chiang, multihyphenate artist QuiQui Dominguez, and high school teacher Caitlin Honig. Learn more, ask questions, and get involved at seattleshakespeare.org/education-celebration
37 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
What We May Be Series Episode 1-The Brainstorm
In our first episode, we explore the foundations of education. You’ll be introduced to Seattle Shakespeare’s education programs, as well as what education and racial equity look like for individual artists, educational and theatrical institutions, and our society at large. We are joined by artist and activist Dedra D. Woods (Artists of Color Seattle); Seattle Shakespeare’s Education Director, Michelle Burce; and Manny Cawaling of Inspire Washington. Learn more, ask questions, and get involved at seattleshakespeare.org/education-celebration
3 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
What We May Be Series Trailer
The series “What We May Be: Race and Education” launches Seattle Shakespeare Company’s new podcast Rough Magic. This 4-episode series dives into the intersections between race, education, and Shakespeare through interviews with artists, educators, and students. Hosted and produced by Rafael Molina, this podcast features interviews with Valerie Curtis-Newton, Rosa Joshi, Lamar Legend, Sara Porkalob, Desdemona Chiang, QuiQui Dominguez, Sunam Ellis, Dedra D. Woods, Manny Cawaling, and more. Through transparent conversations about social justice, education, and Shakespeare—and examinations both macro and micro—we hope you will be inspired to actively decolonize, restructure, and create accountability in theatrical education.
1 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
Introducing Rough Magic
The first episode of Rough Magic will drop Wednesday, October 28 with the series “What We May Be: Race and Education.” The world of the theatre is transforming before our eyes. It’s a magical time. The conversation has already started. So, let’s jump in.Hosted by Jeff Fickes.
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