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Actor Marrietta Hedges on Selma ’65 and her characters Viola Liuzzo and Tommy Rowe.

   In Summer of 2009, Hedges met playwright Catherine Filloux while participating in a panel for women involved in socio-political theatre making at the annual conference of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Since then they’ve worked together on … Continue reading

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Part II of an interview with playwright Catherine Filloux on her characters, her unique use of outreach and audience engagement, recent Voting Rights Legislation and more details on SELMA ’65!

Participants of Catherine Filloux’s October 16, 2013 workshop livestreamed from The Freedom Foundation in Selma and from University of South Carolina-Lancaster to actress Marietta Hedges and Catherine Filloux at CultureHub in New York City. When you write your plays, do … Continue reading

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Catherine Filloux on Writing and Selma ’65.

Part 1 of an interview with playwright Catherine Filloux on her writing and the story that inspired her latest work, Selma 65. When did you start writing for theatre and how did you develop your voice? Catherine Filloux: I began … Continue reading

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