On The Future of Diversity & Inclusion

“I’m waiting until we reach that point where people from marginalised communities can make bad art. That’s my marker of whether we actually have achieved diversity and inclusion. You know, we’re so proud of being women of colour on this team. But then, if we bomb, people are going to be thinking and saying, “well, women of colour can’t make art”. So, that’s something that’s been really stressing me out. I do think that the first step of diversity is awareness, and I think a lot of theatre companies are starting to bring in these new initiatives.”

Theatre, Representation and Three Fat Virgins – In conversation with Tiffany Wong (Asian Australian Project)

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