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Steel City Shakespeare Center presents Pride & Prejudice

Why An All-Young-Women Cast of Pride & Prejudice is Important

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This piece is part of my Artist Residency in Motherhood, in which I embrace how the stuff of parenting uniquely shapes my art. N.B. The cast, adapter, and stage manager of Steel City Shakespeare Center’s Pride & Prejudice are six white-passing cis-passing women in our 20s. Additionally, I am a disabled mother. I specify these identity markers…

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Reasons to Support the #BARTstrike

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(Photo by: Kevin Sharp – CC BY-NC 2.0) Most importantly: Unions of the 1950s are the reason you are not forced to work more than five days per week, 9 hours per day. But wait, there’s more! You wouldn’t want people to: tell you that you don’t deserve to earn a living wage and safe working conditions.…

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