Go Beyond the Show with a community conversation following Race. These discussions give audiences opportunities to discuss themes and subjects within a production with experts and community partners. They are free and open to the public and immediately follow a show.
How do we talk about race and the intersectionality of race, gender and power?: A community conversation
Facilitated by Peggy Jones
Sunday, May 25 and Sunday, June 8 following the matinee productions of David Mamet’s play Race.
Peggy Jones, (M.F.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln) is an associate professor and past interim chairperson of the University of Nebraska at Omaha's Black Studies department, a member of the Graduate and Women's and Gender Studies faculty and the Nebraska Humanities Council Speakers Bureau.
Her research interests include intersections between language and identity, White privilege and media (mis)representations of race and gender. She received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Nebraska Arts Council for The Journey, a play about Aaron Douglas, the first black graduate from the art department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1922. It premiered at The Rose Theater in Omaha, NE on February 16, 2013. Her most recent publication is a book chapter: My Mother Tongue: A Linguistic Autoethnography in African American Women’s Language: Discourse, Education and Identity.
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Go Beyond the Show is a series of patron enrichment events that take a deeper look into the work that we produce on our stages.