Intentional Critical Conversations
Join us every month for our virtual speaker series dedicated to diversity and equity in our College community, and the communities we serve.
Intentional Critical Conversations focuses on our changing narratives throughout the 21st century and elevates stories about serving, protecting, and community.
Join us for a robust, thought provoking conversation every month!
Living in Color and Being Heard
Susan Kosoff, Professor Emeritus Wheelock College, Co-Founder of Wheelock Family Theatre
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Join us on Zoom!
Dubbed the “Wizard of Wheelock,” and one of the founders of The Wheelock Family Theatre and Harwich Winter Theatre, Sue Kosoff brings a rich history to 4Cs as a theatre personality! She is a recipient of the Boston Theater Critics Association’s Elliot Norton Award, honoring outstanding achievements of the Boston theater community. Sue is a humanitarian, playwright and early childhood education specialist. She has had numerous write-ups in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, and the Actor’s Equity News Magazine, as well as countless radio interviews. In her own words:
''If there is ethnic, racial and generational diversity, then the audience will feel welcome, I believe in the power of theatre: that it is trans-formative, informs my life and can provide a nurturing environment."
Facilitated by Sara-Ann P. Semedo and sponsored by the 4Cs Inclusion Diversity Equity and Access (IDEA) Committee.