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On screen: Dietland (AMC), with Rowena King as Cheryl Crane-Murphy.

“A Bleak and Giddy Subversion of Beauty Myths”
The New Yorker

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On stage in LondonNotes from the Field at the Royal Court Theatre; strictly limited engagement, 13 - 23 June.

★★★★★ It’s difficult to overstate just how good Smith is. With nothing more than a change of jumper, a new pair of shoes and a different chair she transforms into each interviewee.

Connor Campbell, The UP Coming
on Notes from the Field

★★★★★ [Anna Deavere Smith] subsumes herself within the personalities of her interviewees, capturing subtle facial expressions and myriad vocal tics, the better to honour their sentiments.

Dominic Cavendish, The Telegraph
on Notes from the Field

On screen: The film of Anna Deavere Smith’s Notes from the Field, directed by Kristi Zea; on demand via HBO Go and HBO Now.

 

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In previews: New York premiere of Conflict, by Miles Malleson, a Mint Theater production directed by Jenn Thompson. Official opening June 21; performances through July 8 at the Beckett on Theatre Row.

See it if you like plays, see it if you don't like them too, it's fabulous. Loved it.

Reviewer v6401, Show-Score
on Conflict

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On stage: Off-Broadway premiere of Little Rock, through September 8 at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture.

 Top, LR: Ashley Robinson, Peter O'connor. Back L-R, Charlie Hudson II, Damian Jermaine Thompson. Front L-R: Stephanie Umoh, Anita Welch, Shanice Williams. Photo: Carol Rosegg.

Top, LR: Ashley Robinson, Peter O'connor. Back L-R, Charlie Hudson II, Damian Jermaine Thompson. Front L-R: Stephanie Umoh, Anita Welch, Shanice Williams. Photo: Carol Rosegg.

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In preparation: Lillian Hellman’s Days to Come, directed by J.R. Sullivan, August 4–September 29. at the Mint

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My article, “Speech stereotypes: good vs. evil” (first published in 2014), is one of the fourteen most-read articles in Voice and Speech Review! The article is based on a panel I led at the Voice and Speech Trainers Conference in Washington, D.C. My panelists are the co-authors: Eric Armstrong, Kim James Bey, Douglas Honorof, and Adrianne Moore. To get the most out of the article(s), you’ll need to download the PDF file(s). The internal links don’t work in the online text versions. FREE until the end of 2018.