“This has gotten us as an organization to thinking—well, obviously it’s not who we want to be, and what do we have to do to change that?” Thomas Breen Photo.
Louisa de Cossy collects testimonials on Thursday April 5. She and other members of the Nasty Women Testimonials Project will continue collection this Saturday afternoon at the Ely Center. More information here . Lucy Gellman Photos.
Earlier this week, we watched as a once-heralded artistic director was accused of sexual misconduct and swiftly fired from his organization. We watched as a champion of gender equity and fact-finding missions took charge, calculating the organization’s next steps and guiding it through an opening night performance and continued community programming.
It began with allegations, made over several years, of sexual misconduct in the workplace. It ended with the swift firing of a once-celebrated artistic director. Now Long Wharf Theatre is asking: What does the next chapter look like? What are the institution’s collective steps forward? And how great or small will they be?
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