September 15, 10:30 AM | Brown University Granoff Center for the Arts Fishman Studio | 154 Angell St. Providence | FREE | Registration required [SOLD OUT].
One of the most provocative voices in contemporary theater, Taylor Mac is hailed for defying convention while engaging diverse audiences. The multi-dimensional artist (who uses the pronoun “judy”) shares judy’s vision of the power of theater to transform calamity into communion. This panel discussion features Mac in conversation with theater arts and performance studies scholars David Román, Sean F. Edgecomb and Kareem Khubchandani.
This panel is part of a larger artist’s residency that also includes a lecture on Sept 12 and a performance on Sept 14. For more information: arts.brown.edu
SOLD OUT! Wait list: https://events.brown.edu/view/event/date/20190915/event_id/140368.