“I never felt like a person of color until I came to New York and started working in the theater. The theater, of all places, was where I first encountered racism in New York.” – Sevan K. Greene, in dialogue with Jerry Lieblich and Kareem Fahmy.
If the reader will permit me to pierce the critical veil, for one brief instance, I’d like to relate a conversation that took place between myself and a friend at a bar in Chelsea, while watching a Jets playoff game in mid-January 2011. My friend
On the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, Hani Omar Khalil talks with playwright Ibrahim El-Husseiny about his evolution as a political artist and the role of theater in the shaping of national discourse