From Kiva Reardon of The Globe and Mail:
Women Who Act aims for discussions about the women’s careers and their active approaches to the craft of acting.
A bold choice, given that, as Rozema said over the phone in Toronto, “Actors are seen as ‘just being there,’ and not as people of agency.” But it’s especially radical when the focus is on women, as it disperses the myth of feminine passivity. Continue reading.
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