Reclaim and Redefine: BIPOC Artist Hand-Over

Support excluded voices and see new takes on “classic” plays.

Courtesy The Tiger's Hearts Collective

Classics Reclaimed is an online rehearsed-reading series put on by The Tiger’s Hearts Collective in order to “encourage female-identifying artists to continue challenging themselves and connecting with each other throughout the pandemic.”

For the July performance, female-identifying BIPOC artists — whose voices have often been ignored when it comes to theatrical “classics” — will get the space to reclaim those very classics and redefine what actually makes a “classical performance.”

Join and support them this Thursday July 16 at 7 p.m. and help “build a classical tradition that is vibrant, inclusive, and accessible for all!”

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