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August 7, 2020
"It’s not just an arabesque, it’s not just a pirouette. You’re the Black girl doing the arabesque, you’re the Black girl doing the pirouette." —dancer, writer, and activist Theresa Ruth Howard on the burden Black ballet dancers carry
The Berkshire Theater Group's production of Godspell—the first professional musical staged in the U.S. since theater shut down—is a de facto public health experiment. (The New York Times)