Literary Events & Discussions

Panel: Performing BIPOC Characters in White Spaces

When: Tue., Dec. 6, 5:30-6:30 p.m. 2022

Historically and dramatically, the character of Tituba, an enslaved woman, is central to the actions of the 17ᵗʰ Century Salem Witchcraft Trials depicted in Arthur Miller’s iconic play, The Crucible. Attend a panel discussion on history, authenticity, performance, race, and the performance of race with distinguished academics and performers, Kat Rina Davis (Actor/Author/Advocate; Tituba in the UR’s production of The Crucible); Prof. Mike Jarvis, History Department); Nigel Maister (Artistic Director: UR International Theatre Program; director of The Crucible; Panel Moderator); Jeffrey McCune (Director; the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies); and Esther Winter (Actor, Educator)

Price: Free