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The How To Be Project: Ten Plays for Racial Justic

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Samantha Anderson
215 South Tyler St
Dallas, Texas 75208

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Directed by Morgana Wilborn
 
Bishop Arts Theatre has commissioned ten Black playwrights to write a short 0ne-act play inspired by and in conversation with Dr. Ibram X. Kendi's book HOW TO BE AN ANTIRACIST. At a time where Black authors including Ta-Nahasi Coates, Nikole Hannah-Jones, and other prominent Black writers are engaged in a dialogue about America's racial reckoning, THE HOW TO BE PROJECT seeks to present works that continue the dialogue in the enduring struggle for racial justice. In partnership with PEN America. 
 
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Bishop Arts Theatre Center (BATC) is an award-winning, multicultural, multidisciplinary arts institution with IRC 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt status. Founded in September of 1993, our mission is to cultivate a diverse and vibrant arts community while creating sustainable opportunities for local and emerging artists through performances and education. We offer a full season of theater performances, jazz concerts, a speaker series, and year-round arts education programs. The theatre is a cultural oasis for the next generation of acclaimed writers, directors, performers, and arts administrators. Governed by ten board members, we impact over 30,000 artists, arts enthusiasts, and children each year via virtual and in-person seasonal performances and arts education programs. - Contact Bishop Arts at  
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