"I try to write stories that I want to hear and experience. I am trying to make theatre to say to a demographic often ignored in the theatre that 'This belongs to you.'"
We talk with Obie-winning playwright Aleshea Harris about liberating the Black body, navigating negative tropes, and ascending past the white gaze as a Black female writer.
Recommendation: “Song of Solomon” by Toni Morrison
Shout out: Jeremy O'Harris
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