Diversionary Theatre’s ‘Azul’ offers rare story about queer women of color

Playwright C. Quintana based some elements of the story on her own Cuban-American experience By Pam Kragen Nov. 19, 2021 6 AM PT Over the years, C. Quintana has written nearly a dozen plays. But several years ago, the queer Cuban-American playwright realized something was missing in her scripts, and she wanted to do something about […]

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‘Womb: Women Of My Billion’ Trailer: First Look At Doc From ‘Delhi Crime’ Producers

By Matt Grobar Ajitesh Sharma’s debut feature is billed as a heart-wrenching, heartwarming narrative of the plight, dreams, rights, and fight against all forms of violence that unify the women of present-day India, exploring the common reality of living in an indefatigable patriarchal society, and calling for an end to the dowry system, which dehumanizes women […]

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Afrofuturist and horror writer Tananarive Due: “Invite more Black creators to the table”

The Superhero Issue Roxane Gay10.22.2021 1:41 PM We spoke, via Zoom, about her work as a pioneer of horror, how she got her start, and the future of Afrofuturism. This interview has been edited for clarity. She has written award-winning short stories and novels and is also working in film and television. As a professor […]

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