We Are Listening

A live online salon about Black artists' experiences in the theatre industry

We are excited and honored to be partnering with our colleagues at San Diego Repertory Theatre and The Old Globe in co-sponsoring and co-curating San Diego REP’s successful series, “We Are Listening,” a live online salon about Black artists’ experiences in the theatre industry co-hosted by the REP’s Development Coordinator Ahmed Kenyatta Dents and Playhouse Director of Arts Engagement & In-House Casting Jacole Kitchen. “We Are Listening” goes live every other Thursday at 5:30 pm on Zoom.

Take part in amplifying the voices of BIPOC theatre professionals with this new collaboration. For more info on this FREE event, visit: sdrep.org/wearelistening.

UP NEXT: Award-winning portrait/event photographer Rich Soublet and multi-talented actress and educator Ilasiea Gray.

Thursday, June 24 at 5:30 pm PDT
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Watch the latest episode of “We Are Listening” which aired June 10, featuring Ricardo Khan:

 

Previous Episodes:
We Are Listening with Guest Margo Hall
We Are Listening with Guest Kelundra Smith
We Are Listening with Guest Kimberly King
We Are Listening with Guest Jeremy McQueen
We Are Listening with Guest Sam White
We Are Listening with Guests Chris Ashley, Barry Edelstein and Sam Woodhouse
We Are Listening with Guests Dea and Osborn Hurston
We Are Listening with Guest Thomas W Jones II
We Are Listening with Guests Eboni Muse and Bil Wright
We Are Listening with Guest Monique Gaffney
We Are Listening with Guest Minka Wiltz
We Are Listening: A Live Online Salon About Black Artists’ Experiences in the Theatre Industry
We Are Listening with Guest Freedome Bradley Ballentine
We Are Listening with Guest Karole Foreman
We Are Listening with Guests Nikki Cooper and Mark Sharp
We Are Listening with Guest Gamal Chasten
We Are Listening Board Member Episode
We Are Listening with Guests Kaja Dunn and Stephen Buescher
We Are Listening with Special Guest Sam Woodhouse
We Are Listening with Guests Jocelyn Prince, Zack King, Richard Soublet, and Joy Jones

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