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A Conversation about the History of Casting     Bookmark and Share
How did contemporary casting practices come into being? How did actors become freelancers? Do you know the sordid history of the headshot? How has casting changed in the internet era? Why do casting controversies figure so prominently in discussions about race, gender and sexuality in contemporary theatre? Drawing upon his ongoing research for his book-length study of the topic (Casting, A History), performance historian and Princeton Associate Professor of Theater Brian Herrera will invite questions from those assembled to guide a lively interactive discussion about the history of casting in U.S. popular performance. Free and open to the public
Wallace Theater at Lewis Arts Complex
Alexander St. and University Place
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08542

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Princeton Associate Professor of Theater Brian Herrera
Sep 24, 2018
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