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Fires in The Mirror: Marginalized Representation in Casting

When I was 8, I spent two months trying to convince my mother I was allergic to water. That has nothing to do with anything, but for the life of […]

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Hamilton: Marginalized Representation in Casting (Part Two)

We’re BACK!  How are we? Hanging on by a thread? I’m just going to assume that everyone reading this is in the same boat: counting the seconds until the end […]

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Session 3: Disrupting Performance Practice Traditions

This month the EXCEL Lab is THRILLED to be partnering with the Eastman School of Music’s Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research on a three-part online symposium entitled […]

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Session 2: Spreading Art That Advocates for Change

This month the EXCEL Lab is THRILLED to be partnering with the Eastman School of Music’s Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research on a three-part online symposium entitled […]

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Session 1: Disrupting Traditional Organizational Practice

This month the EXCEL Lab is THRILLED to be partnering with the Eastman School of Music’s Paul R. Judy Center for Innovation and Research on a three-part online symposium entitled […]

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Marginalized Representation in Casting (Part One)

Last weekend my friends and I held a presentation party. For any of you who aren’t familiar with them, presentation parties are arguably the worst thing to come out of […]

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Coloring Outside the Lines: A Look Into Color-Conscious, Colorblind, and For Us By Us Casting Practices

“A not so fair My Fair Lady.” That was the title of the review that I most remember from my first experience in professional theater. As a sophomore in college, […]