Word S2 E3: 'All The World's A Stage'
Word is a KJZZ podcast about the literary arts in Arizona and the region.
In this third episode of Season 2, “All the World’s a Stage.” If so, what are theater directors doing to include more diversity on it?
KJZZ’s “The Show” co-host Steve Goldstein talks to the winner of the Arizona Theatre Company’s National LatinX Playwriting Award for an answer.
Plus, we find out what is a choreopoem, a term first coined in 1975 by playwright/poet Ntozake Shange whose work, “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf,” exhibits the form.
Locally, activist, performer and director Chanel Bragg and producer Leah Marche have teamed up with a cast of African American women to bring the production back to the Valley Oct. 24–26. Bragg joined me to talk about it.
And also, my colleague Jimmy Jenkins, who covers a wide range of criminal justice issues in Arizona for KJZZ, dives into publications banned by the Arizona Department of Corrections.
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