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Publications & Podcasts - Spring 2018
"Where Water Meets Land: Water's Time and Place's Thought in Rebecca Belmore's Fountain" by Lilian Mengesha, Canadian Theatre Review
"Final Exam: Glam Edition", Tufts Now—Students sashay their way through a drag performance course that delves into how we perceive gender, featuring students from Kareem Khubchandani's "Critical Drag" course and performance.
"Tisch Library set to open next Friday night to 'Critical Drag' lip sync extravaganza", The Tufts Daily—featuring students from Kareem Khubchandani's "Critical Drag" course.
"The Intersection of Fear and Hope", Tufts Now—featuring Fires in the Mirror, the Spring 2018 Department Major; includes an interview with director Bridget Kathleen O'Leary.
"Summers on Stage", Tufts Magazine—featuring Magic Circle Children's Theatre.
"Dancing with Parkinson's", Tufts Now—featuring The Dance Program and their Parkinson's workshop with Dance for Pd.
"Plays About Guns, With Varying Aims", American Theatre—featuring Bridget Kathleen O'Leary's production of Ripe Frenzy.
"How 'Beetlejuice' Was Born", The Ringer—celebrating the 30th anniversary of Beetlejuice with some quotes and recollections from Professor Laurence Senelick.
"Voguing in Bangalore: Desire, Blackness, and Femininity in Globalized India", S&F Online by Kareem Khubchandani
Ripe Frenzy, by Jennifer Barclay and directed by Bridget Kathleen O'Leary, The Boston Globe—featuring director Bridget Kathleen O'Leary
"Quips, Puns, and Rhyming That Stuns", TuftsNow—featuring Drama Alumnae Amanda Yesnowitz, J94
"Why it's so important for kids to see diverse TV and movie characters", The Conversation—featuring Professor Jennifer Burton
"Statements on Stage", Tufts Observer—featuring Tufts Department of Drama and Dance. How can theater and performance be a tool for social commentary? An article about the Tufts Drama Department & how theater can show audiences how to become better citizens, activists, and individuals.
"Theatre History Podcast #52: Remembering Argentina’s Traumatic Past Through Theatre with Dr. Noe Montez", Howlround—featuring Noe Montez
"Pressure Rises for Child Cooks on TV as Shows Grow More Competitive", The Wall Street Journal—featuring Tasha Oren
"A New Boston Collective Wants To Combat Institutional Racism In Theater", WBUR.org—featuring guest artist Maurice Parent
"It's Lit Ep. 7 - Kareem Khubchandani reads Justin Torres", Tufts Podcasters—featuring Kareem Khubchandani
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