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Theater Review: Girl

by Mia Harrison

On August 2, Girl, a play devised by the all-female ensemble and directed by Mary Hubert made it’s debut at Capitol Hill’s Annex Theatre. Eventually, I was cordially “chosen” to enter into the Girl realm: a chance to participate in an adult choose-your-own adventure that follows the heroines’ journey. Continue reading Theater Review: Girl

Through the Eyes of Art: Showcasing the Power of Black Love

by Mia Harrison


Black |blak|

Adjective

  1. of the very darkest color owing to the absence of or complete absorption of light
  2. of any human group having dark-colored skin, especially of African or Australian Aboriginal ancestry.
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