Unmuffling a Culture of Silence


“It’s easier to dismiss somebody than to believe something horrible about someone that you truly like.”


It begins innocently enough: A theatre artist asks another theatre artist to dinner. In an industry where ideas are discussed, and deals often made, in dimly lit restaurants, such meetings are considered essential for networking. Such was the case for a New York-based actor when the literary manager of a Tony-winning regional theatre asked her out for a post-show drink. Read More -->

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