Zoom Fest Series 2
Shakespeare's plays were often linked to the themes of human rights and civil disobedience. Like Shakespeare's theaters during times of plague, all our theaters are currently closed. And like William Shakespeare, today's playwrights still have plenty to say.
Zoom Fest 2020 Series 2 will center black playwrights and playwrights of color, as well as theatre artists of color as producers, directors, and actors.
Goodly Frame Theatre stands in solidarity with all theatre artists of color and believes that today is an essential time to make intentional decisions in support of our brothers and sisters in Greensboro, throughout the region, and across "this goodly frame," the earth.
Episode 1: Wednesday, August 19, 2:00pm
Tightrope, by Chauncey Miller
Statue of Limitations, by Russell Nichols
Red Marks, by Eureka Lewis
Episode 2: Wednesday, August 26, 2:00pm
The Birds Are Feeding Me, by Rex McGregor
Submerged, by Mildred Inez Lewis
Concrete Jungle, by Cris Black
Episode 3: Wednesday, September 2, 2:00pm
Who's Zoomin Who?, by J Mardrice Henderson
Signs of the Times, by Russell Nichols
Haiku, by Judy Dove