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About  the Pan-African Theatre Ensemble

Established by D. Amy-Rose Forbes-Erickson in 2016, the Pan-African Theatre Ensemble is a theatre practice-as-research group for academic theatre with Pan-African theatre aesthetics, open to community volunteers, KSU students across campus interested in participating in theatre research, and to anyone committed to Black theatres.

The Pan-African Theatre Ensemble incorporates new media and technologies with elements of performance art, installations, video, digital works in theatre for cultural activism – African, African-descent, Indigenous, and Middle Eastern cultures and peoples. The Pan-African Theatre Ensemble was established for pedagogy, scholarship, community, and for directing theatre seasons, curated from a repertoire of plays from Africa, U.S.A., Canada, England, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Recruitment: Open

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