Tag: public history
I didn’t realize how much I’ve missed live theater until I was standing in a field on a hot, steamy July night. I was there for Family Dollar, an immersive play about a rapidly changing neighborhood in West Dallas. The play itself was excellent, but it’s the story behind the play that really got me…
End of an Era?
Like all snarky liberals, I stayed up late on Thursday night to watch the end of an era–Jon Stewart’s last episode of The Daily Show. I’m sad that he’s leaving for many reasons, and Trevor Noah has some awfully big shoes to fill. I know that it won’t be the same, but I sincerely hope…