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The Flashpaper, Issue 1

Summer 2020

Foreword: David Henry Hwang

 

Afterword: Sarah Treem

 

Contents:

A manifesto from

Meropi Peponides 

A comic from

Ayun Halliday  

An essay on family, love, race, and quarantine by

Kelley Nicole Girod

 

A reflection on a canceled production from

Mia Katigbak and NAATCO 

A new play by

Clare Barron

Six photo essays from members of Kinesis Project dance theatre

 

A Q&A on theatre, medicine, and activism with

The Living Theatre, an epidemiologist, and a community organizer

 

A review of immersive theatre in 2023 by

Joel Jeske and Mark Lonergan of Parallel Exit  

 

A new play by

Sarah Einspanier

 

An essay on how we're all disabled now by 

Nicholas Viselli and Theater Breaking Through Barriers

 

An essay on justice and the post-plague theatre by

Tara Moses 

A new play by

Raquel Almazan 

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The Flashpaper, Issue 2

Winter 2020

Foreword: John Ridley

 

Afterword: Dar Williams

 

Contents:

A reported piece by

Katie Mallinson

An essay about an unexpected intersection of art, justice, and wildlife by

Megan Sandberg-Zakian 

 

A short story about a survivor of America’s second Civil War by

Layla Bahmanziari 

An essay about Black grief in the age of social media by

Nia Akilah Robinson

A  justice-themed coloring book that invites readers to literally draw the future by

Kate Tarker

A manifesto from Lark staff members about why nonprofits should go out of business by

Jennifer Haley and Olivia George

 

A play about the day America spontaneously combusts by

Max Mondi and Nana Dakin 


An essay about the surprising origin of a community of BIPOC arts writers by

Jose Solís

 

A monologue about a Black woman speaking to Justice and Liberty by

Crystal Chase

An essay about being a Black man on vacation in America by

Aaron Coleman

A prose poem about the forces that run the theatre business by 

Caridad Svich

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