Up Next at Summit
On March 25th, in partnership with Dr. Sally Wasmuth of the IUPUI Department of Occupational Therapy, Summit presents ‘Black Voices in OT,’ a virtual Community Conversation One-Act about the experiences of Black occupational therapy(OT) students and practitioners. Register to join us for free at 8:00PM for the live reading and moderated discussion.
The piece is written by Kelsey Johnson, directed by Mikael Burke, and performed by Josiah McCruiston, Candice Handy, and Zariya Butler. The stories in Johnson’s play are based on interviews with Black OT students and practitioners about their experiences within the field.
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Summit Performance Indianapolis stands with Black Americans and all Indigenous and other People of Color. We detest and denounce racism in all of its explicit and implicit forms. Summit’s values are to increase the representation of our country’s diverse population on and behind the stage, promote equity in the arts, connect with our community, and inspire community-wide dialogue around pertinent social issues, and we will continue our current efforts toward these aims. However, we recognized that we have not done enough, and acknowledge that racism and the horrific legacy of slavery continue to produce devastating consequences. We are seeking literature, education, and calls to action to further our commitment toward this critical cause.
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