“To live a life that’s thriving doesn’t mean you’re devoid of pain. Because we are beings that exist in multiplicity there is a range of emotions and experiences so beauty can exist even in dark situations. And that’, I think, the story of humanity.”
In season two's penultimate episode, we talk with Aladdin and Once on This Island actor Adam Hyndman about how studying anthropology has impacted his work as an artist, liberating your dreams, and viewing theatre as a totem for our society.
Recommendation: Maya Angelou’s work, James Baldwin’s work
Shout out: Anna Deavere Smith and Bill T. Jones
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