“This idea that you must be a master of one thing and the best at one thing denies yourself. If you’ve been gifted in multiple ways, [you have to ask] ‘what does it look like to use my gifts and not shortchange myself by thinking I’m only allowed one?’”
We again visit Webster Avenue to talk with Bronx Tale’s Janelle McDermoth about her journey with a cappella music, finding points of synergy between passions, and how we can increase diversity in audiences.
Recommendation: Issa Rae’s Insecure. SZA’s CTRL.
Shout Out: A Bronx Tale’s Webster Avenue company. Kehinde Wiley. Jocelyn Bioh.
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