Our administrators and leadership are committed to seeking out those who are different from themselves and valuing their differences.
- Brown Box does not subscribe to the idea of the “diversity” project, selecting a single show in our season to fulfill the demands for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Instead, we hope to diversify our programming with BIPOC stories, led by BIPOC artists, so that relationships may be built and consistent, meaningful, long term employment can be achieved for these BIPOC theatre makers across our entire season.
- Brown Box has always been a stepping-stone for young artists, often providing the first professional theatre experience and training outside of college for many of our artists. We see this as an opportunity to play an active role in the growth and training of up and coming BIPOC artists.
- We commit to providing opportunities for young BIPOC artists in the positions of Associate Producer, Assistant. Literary Manager, Development, Tour Marketing & Social Media Manager, Community Outreach Manager, and Guest Teaching Artists in order to provide paid “gap-training” and resume building for up and coming BIPOC artists. By investing in these BIPOC administrators through peer mentorship, we are investing in the future leadership of Brown Box and our industry as a whole.
Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!