Because of the language, “Race” isn’t for everyone, but it probably should be. It’s four excellent actors at work in Birmingham’s only Equity theater, and it brings home the uneasy proposition that maybe, just maybe, we’re all a little more bigoted than we think.
Alec Harvey’s 4-star review in The Birmingham News.
“I think this is really going to change the face of the theater scene in Birmingham,” Fuller says.
Jonathan Fuller on the relationship between City Equity Theatre and the Theatre Arts program at the Alabama School of Fine Arts. From Carla Jean Whitley’s piece for Birmingham magazine; read it here on al.com.
“We are training students who really want to go into this as a profession,” Fuller says. “This gives them the option to accrue Equity candidacy points … If they work on one production with us each year, over four years they can accrue half their (Equity candidacy) time before they go into college.”
Read the rest of Alec Harvey’s piece for the the Birmingham News here on al.com.