Monthly Archives: June 2020
Written on June 24, 2020 at 1:49 pm, by Jennifer Lam
College Students Colonize the Divided Romania of ‘Mad Forest’ In a livestream production of Caryl Churchill’s 1990 tale of riot-torn Bucharest, quarantined Bard acting students grapple with revolution. Read the full article by Ben Brantley on The New York Times here.
Written on June 4, 2020 at 11:58 am, by Torrence Browne
SOLIDARITY If the founding principles of democracy are that we all are created equal, entitled to equal justice and the right to life, why, despite these principles, does the blight of systemic racism in America continue to perpetuate death, inequality and injustice? Why are so many members of the Black community, indigenous people and people…Read More »