Po’try by P’am C’arter.
Kimerer LaMothe on Nietzsche and his passion for meaning through dance.
Omar Willey pens some thoughts on the production of 1984 at 18th & Union.
Change the audience; change theater. Carla Rice and Kayla Besse take a lesson from disability arts.
“Maybe just a ghost,” you say and forget about it. I stopped talking, then the Sunday Comics are talking to my nail stinging. I can snatch out; so cold, lost parts they are stinging me so cold.
Observations and ruminations on Gender Tender’s Melted Riot, a meditation on the cultural flotsam and impact of the Stonewall Inn Riots on their 50th anniversary.
Humans dance so that they may grow fully into being human. Kimerer LaMothe writes.