Playwright Antoinette Nwandu ’02 talks about her art as the act of editing – and keenly observing the narratives of the past and the headlines of today. She’s holding a Wintersession workshop about her play Pass Over.
Morris Robinson was an offensive lineman in college. Now he’s an international opera star. He'll be in residence Nov. 20-22 at the Office for the Arts at Harvard, in partnership with Harvard College Opera.
Madboots Dance was founded as a queer, contemporary dance company in New York City. Today, its founders use dance to engage in conversations about male identity, queerness, male intimacy and relationships.
The experimental artist Kaneza Schaal encourages young artists to find their stories and their language through theater. She will join OFA for an ArtsBites on Nov. 4, and TDM for workshops Nov. 4 and 8.
A new production M. Butterfly has offered ASAP's cast and creative team a way to explore identity, sexuality and theater. For Eric Cheng '20, meeting the actor who originated the Broadway role of Song Liling (BD Wong!), added depth and assurance.
Adriana Colón '12 says artists are scavengers, always asking "What can I make from this?" She will be on campus coaching the cast of West Side Story on performance technique, cultural sensitivity and representation.