Where I come from, there is graffiti everywhere. This place is their museum, an outlet for their frustration, inspirations, and pride.
A showcase from the Spring 2021 Arts Workshop “Creating a Full-Length Text/Music Performance and Recording”
Sophocles’s "Oedipus the King introduces" important questions about the nature of justice and calls into discussion what warrants guilt and shame.
In summer 2020, I witnessed the eerie formation of a narrative: the sensationalized focus on the police officer that little matched the masses’ sentiments regarding prisons. There was lots of “ACAB!” and little “Prisons are obsolete.”
The shop was small, tucked away underneath an apartment building on Sixth Avenue. I ducked my head as I walked down the steps, and a small bell chimed as I stepped out of the frosty wind.
How can you reconcile your identity as a liberating force while using the language of your oppressor and benefiting from physical freedom that many of those in your homeland do not possess? Assia Djebar wrestles with these questions in "Fantasia."
Medea possesses qualities that conform to the gender expectations of ancient Greece, but many parts of the play suggest that Medea is a feminist figure who challenges the gender and social norms of her time.