Confronting Racial & Queer Politics with Andrea Scott & Nick Green

Season 2 | Episode 2
44m | Oct 11, 2022

In this episode, I meet Andrea Scott and Nick Green, the playwrights behind Every Day She Rose, a bracing play that exists where racial and queer politics collide. The fractured love story is set against the backdrop of the 2016 Toronto Pride parade, where celebrations are brought to a standstill by Black Lives Matter protestors. Now best friends Mark, a white gay man, and Cathy-Ann, his straight black girlfriend are about to discover that the things that brought them together could be the very things that will drive them apart. 

“Nick Green and Andrea Scott are two of the most exciting voices in Canadian theatre.” - Now Magazine, Toronto.

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