Dr. Sharrell D. Luckett, founding Director of the Black Acting Methods Studio and Director of the Helen Weinberger Center for Drama and Playwriting at the University of Cincinnati, kicks off a three-day residency with a free public lecture. The lecture provides a theoretical and historical overview of the field of Black Acting Methods and the text that has catalyzed and mobilized the most recent wave of advocacy work that seeks to decolonize actor training programs. Dr. Luckett will be joined by theatre artist, instructor, and musician Rahbi Hines, Executive Artistic Associate with the Black Acting Methods Studio.
The residency continues October 10 and 11 with seminars and workshops. Click here for a full schedule of events.