Monthly Archives: June 2012

How can white people talk to other white people about race? #2

I wrote another version of the scene for my dot-com play where Sally (who is white) tries to explain to Thee, her boss (who is also white) some important things about race. I brought this scene to my playwrights’ group … Continue reading

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How can white people talk to other white people about race?

I’m trying to write a scene for my dot-com play in which Sally (who is white) tries to explain to Thee, her boss (who is also white) some important things about race. The most touchy thing she tries to explain … Continue reading

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How should playwrights respond to violence? What can we DO?

Gun Violence in Seattle Five people were shot in Seattle last Wednesday (May 30th). The man who shot them then shot himself. He died, along with four of his victims. One has survived and will probably be all right. I’m … Continue reading

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