“Why is disability still a mark of stain, not mark of existence, of wonderfulness, or of diverse perspectives?”
"It is necessary to reveal the ways that New York City theaters, often touting themselves as cultural forums and hubs for inclusivity, are both succeeding and failing in ways to meet these goals through their most visceral, visual spatial impressions."
"Individualism is an American value, part of a democratic ideal, but it often impedes sacrifice and truly loving one’s kin." A look at self in community in Tony Kushner's Angels in America.
"In Shakespeare's Othello the binary of lightness and darkness parallel notions of the 'ideal' and the 'other.'"
"The human mind is hardwired to see patterns and connections where they otherwise would not exist. Faces are one of the images that our mind most automatically construes out of irrelevant and nondescript objects, so much so that two dashes and a curve or a parking meter can easily resemble a smiley face."
“What are the effects of the uninterrupted digital gaze on living, breathing humans in scroll culture?”
Mosaic uses its platform not as a misguided appeal to younger audiences, but as a conceptual way of exploring the thematic idea at the core of the show.
“Othello, no matter how respected or how much he can claim the privileges of whiteness, cannot escape his blackness.”
"On this disk, the Beatles have become made of dinosaur bones, and their sounds will play again and again up to the end."
"While some submitted to a fate of rereading, others went online to quench their burning thirst for more of Harry's adventures and take part in the tradition of fan fiction."
"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend protagonist Rebecca acknowledges the unhealthy nature of her actions while blatantly excusing said actions time and time again. She knows better, and she doesn’t."