“Lines: the Lived Experience of Race” Review in the Grand Rapids Press

Did you see the recent review of Actors’ Theatre season opening show in the Grand Rapids Press?  Here is an excerpt:

‘Lines: The Lived Experience of Race’ is fresh, disarming discussion of racial problems in Grand Rapids

Published: Friday, October 01, 2010, 8:34 AM
Sue Merrell | The Grand Rapids Press

 

Photo credit: Adam Bird, Grand Rapids Press

 

If the theater community had an ArtPrize entry, I imagine it would be a lot like “Lines: The Lived Experience of Race,” which opened Thursday at Actors’ Theatre to a full house of about 250 people.

It’s a fresh, intensely disarming discussion of racial problems in Grand Rapids, with comments from names you’ll recognize, maps of places you know and pictures of sites you’ve been. It’s guaranteed to spark conversation, but director/writer Stephanie Sandberg isn’t satisfied with talk.

The show culminates in an action plan to change the face of racism in Grand Rapids….

Be sure and read the rest of the article here on www.mlive.com

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