Christina Ramos

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Two weeks ago, we shared a series of graphs that tracked 50 years of playwrights at the Mark Taper Forum through the lens of gender and race. This analysis, based…

Visualizing the (lacking) diversity of directors at the Mark Taper Forum

Two weeks ago, we shared a series of graphs that tracked 50 years of playwrights at the Mark Taper Forum through the lens of gender and race. This analysis, based…

from Arts & Culture Stories

“Zoot Suit” just closed, after several successful extensions, at the Mark Taper Forum. That’s incredible, not only because the play first played at the theater 40 years ago but also…

5 graphs that show the ethnic, racial and gender makeup of playwrights at the Mark Taper Forum

“Zoot Suit” just closed, after several successful extensions, at the Mark Taper Forum. That’s incredible, not only because the play first played at the theater 40 years ago but also…

from Arts & Culture Stories

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