New essay at Howlround

“As the Usher tells the audience: the idea that these actors are, in their own bodies and identities, each equally suited to all of the many different roles ‘destabilize[s] your preconceived notions about identity.’.”

Check out my latest for Howlround, a hybrid review/interview with Will Davis, Alina Collins Maldonado, Avi Roque, and Kelli Simpkins on Davis’ production of Everybody (Shakespeare Theatre Company, 2019) — Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ modern adaptation of the medieval morality play Everyman:

“Something for Everybody: Radical Inclusion in a Modern Adaptation”.