In the Fall of 2020 The Wilbury Theatre Group was commissioned by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities to participate in Culture is Key, an initiative to “understand, test, and evaluate the role of cultural participation on our state’s civic health.”
Working in collaboration with journalist Ana González of Mosaic on The Public’s Radio, and Dr. Brandon Marshall and his team at the People, Place, & Health Collective and the Brown University School of Public Health, Capture the Block is an opportunity to share our stories and heal as a community.
About the Collaborators
Ana González is the host and producer of Mosaic with The Public’s Radio. She’s proudly Puerto Rican and Irish, and loves meeting new people almost as much as she loves meeting new dogs. Before coming to The Public’s Radio in 2019, Ana worked with the WHYY Media Labs in Philadelphia and ran her own video production company, EARF. In 2017, she produced and directed a feature-length documentary about hip hop history in Rhode Island, Almost Dope. Ana is a 2015 graduate of Brown University.