Black Theatre Live



Gameshow plans to engage as wide an audience as possible through accessible and streamed performances, panel discussions, creative workshops and screening/streaming the documentary on Bayard Rustin, Brother Outsider .

Panel discussions will stimulate dialogue between experts and audiences on topics touched on in the play, eg. the politics of migration, homophobia and human rights, and intersectional activism across political and racial divides. Panellists could include representatives from Terrence Higgins Trust, National Aids Trust and the Naz Project. We will work with tour venues to reach participants who might benefit most from creatively exploring the play’s themes. Workshops will include writing/performance exercises exploring the various identities of the participants and the play’s characters.

Playwright Brian Mullin is also an experienced workshop-leader and activist with wide-ranging contacts, who would lead and co-ordinate these auxiliary events.