On Saturday, April 26, Kimberly Moffitt, an assistant professor of American studies, will participate in a panel at Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre as part of the next Marc Steiner World of the Play discussion. This latest World of the Play discussion is called “Race and Representation: Our Greatest Accomplishment. Our Greatest Shame.” The goal of the event is to examine the impact of racial stereotypes within the entertainment industry and the effect on communities and greater culture.
Kimberly Moffitt will serve on the panel along with Dramaturg and Playwright Jacqueline Lawton and Otis Cortez Ramsey-Zoe, Associate Artistic Director at banished? productions and Lecturer of Theatre Arts at Howard University.
The discussion is scheduled for 5 p.m. For more information on Saturday’s event, click here.