Can Theater Bridge the Divide? A Conversation with Collaboraction Theatre Company | Anthony Moseley & Dr. Marcus Robinson with Ciaran O’Connor & Alma Cook

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Collaboraction Theatre Company is a Chicago nonprofit exploring theatre’s role in social change. Through its year-round programming, the group invites its crew and audience members alike to listen and learn from one another, bringing their disagreements and questions in tow.

In this episode, Collaboraction’s artistic director Anthony Moseley and executive director Dr. Marcus Robinson share their experiences in the organization. With hosts Ciaran O’Connor and Alma Cook, they discuss how theatre can open people up to more constructive political conversations, how the troubles of 2020 affected their work, how conservatives can be made to feel more welcome in artistic spaces, and more. 

Twitter: @braverangels, @Collaboraction, @AnthonyMoseley, @4MarcusRobinson, @ciaranjoconnor, @HearAlma

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