Discussion & Lectures
Great theatre inspires dynamic conversation, and Rep Stage has several programming opportunities for our patrons to be a part of these conversations. For our Pre-Show Lectures, we host experts in their fields whose work has a connection to the themes and content of each play. Our Post-Show Discussions are a way to engage with both the artists and the community in lively discussions around the work Rep Stage is producing.
Pre-Show lectures occur on the final Saturday of each production’s run, directly before the 2:00 PM matinee. These lectures are free of charge and need no reservations or tickets.
Post-show discussions are scheduled twice for each production and after the first Sunday matinee, the special Friday matinee, and the final Friday evening performance of each production’s run.
Directed by Danielle A. Drakes
Pre -show lecture:
Ghost/Writer Lecture: The History of Black Radio Plays
Saturday, May 22nd, 12-1pm
Join Dr. Khalid Yaya Long and Ghost/Writer Sound Designer Tosin Olufolabi as they discuss the history of Black radio plays in this country and the process of sound design in turning Dane Edidi's play script into a radio play.
*This lecture is a live, virtual, FREE EVENT
Location: https://www.repstage.org/virtual-events/ghost-writer-lecture.html This link will go live at 11:00 a.m.
No tickets required for the lecture
Post-Show Discussion Dates: