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And I think that that struggle that she goes to to find her own self, I think is something that I hope can be identified with by many. KS: Can you talk a little bit about the bigger play cycle The Convert is a part of? Everything I learn hits me in a different way than when I went to Liberia. I do heartily recommend this read. Go where the love is. KS: The play is set in a very specific historical period. A trip to South Africa furthered her aspirations, as she "realized how people have used the arts to affect social change.
Unfortunately, I think Eclipsed is the lesser of the two works. Gurira interviewed more than 30 women—who had been raped, among whose daughters that had been taken by rebel fighters and turned into sex slaves.
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That burden is a blessing. There were all sorts of things that were going on that are very personal to me. Meanwhile, another woman named Rita arrives in the camp. To protect the anonymity of contributors, we've removed their names and personal information from the essays. Gurira's story is situated at the end of the Second Liberian Civil War in She stepped out of a very specific cultural system—her father was a very powerful chief. Such a comparison isn't exactly fair - Ruined is among favorite works, full-stop, and Nottage is my favorite contemporary playwright - but the two works do share a fair amount of common ground. Reading example essays works the same way! I think that is really the struggle and the specificity of this character. You know how looking at a math problem similar to the one you're stuck on can help you get unstuck?
KS: What were the challenges of writing the play? And then the other account, historically, was she went to the gallows singing and dancing to her ancestors. What do you think this story has to say to us in this particular moment in history? Bassett and she's always been so kind and gracious to me every time I've been around her.
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They trusted me, they looked at me as family. What hooks you? He indoctrinated me into theater back then and got me very interested in the craft. Such a comparison isn't exactly fair - Ruined is among favorite works, full-stop, and Nottage is my favorite contemporary playwright - but the two works do share a fair amount of common ground.
And then the s, s and right now could be two, three plays, who knows.
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