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Black artists come first: Lessons from Philip Akin after 20 revolutionary years at Obsidian Theatre

30 Jun 2020

The acclaimed artistic director talks to Amanda Parris. Watch their conversation. 

After co-founding the organization in 2000 and taking over as AD in 2006, Akin is stepping down from the position after nearly 15 years. Many have and will continue to sing his praises, and Mr. Akin undoubtedly deserves all of the flowers. Under his tenure, Obsidian has nurtured, developed and supported thousands of Black theatre artists across the country.

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Source: CBC.ca

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