“Many Lives, Many Voices: The Work of a Womanist Artist” by Playwright Sybil Williams

Frostburg State University Hosts Presentation by Sybil R. Williams

Sybil R. Williams will present “Many Lives, Many Voices: The Work of a Womanist Artist” at Frostburg State University on Wednesday, March 27, in Gira Center room 397 starting at 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.

Williams is a playwright and dramaturge who teaches in the Theatre/Musical Program and the Critical Race and Gender Studies Collaborative at American University. She serves as a program director for African-American and African Diaspora Studies for the university as well. She most recently served as dramaturge, a literary editor who consults authors and edits texts, for Signature Theatre’s production of “The Scottsboro Boys.” Her own play, “From U. Street to the Cotton Club,” was produced by the In-Series in January 2019. In July 2019, her play “Gloria and Rwanda,” will be produced by Freshh Theatre.

This event is sponsored by FSU’s Women’s Studies & International Studies.

For more information, contact Dr. Jennifer Earles at jlearles@frostburg.edu or 301-687-3198.

Wednesday, March 27 at 7:00pm

CCIT, 397 101 Braddock Rd




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