There's No "Right Way" to be an Artist

There's No "Right Way" to be an Artist

There’s no official right-of-passage that someone has to pass through in order to identify as an artist. People who are full-time artists are artists. People who are artists after their 9 to 5 office jobs are artists. People who are stay-at-home parents and full-time nurses, that volunteer for an occasional community theatre production in their free-time are artists, too. The only qualifier for someone to be considered an “artist” is that they make art

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Representation Matters: Telling Queer Stories in a Significant Way

Representation Matters: Telling Queer Stories in a Significant Way

As pride month draws to a close, we’d be remiss if we didn’t call attention to the lack of diversity in telling LGBT+ stories for the stage. The theatre community is comprised of many different types of people, with an especially large number of people who identify as LGBT+. If our community is so largely composed with queer people, why aren’t we doing a better job of telling their stories?

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