The Radical and The Revolutionary
October 16 at 2-4 pm, meal 4-5 pm

Stacy Klein, Founding Artistic Director of Double Edge Theatre, and Baraka Sele, independent producer and consultant, will have a conversation titled The Radical and The Revolutionary on their experiences in theatre and life, followed by a meal in honor of DE’s 40th anniversary.

Stacy Klein is a radical visionary who came to the realization that she could not find a place among institutionalized formalities or rigid identities to create her art. In 1982, Stacy Klein became the Founding Artistic Director of Double Edge in Boston, MA. She is also the founder of the Farm, DE’s center of Art, Living Culture and Art Justice. Over the 40 years of DE, Klein’s work with the Center has been written about in numerous publications and received awards, among them the prestigious Doris Duke Artist Award for artists who have transformed their field.

Throughout her over thirty-five-year career in the arts, Baraka Sele has focused on collaborations and presentations with artists of diverse communities and cultures in order to build enduring partnerships and to facilitate inter-cultural exchange. Ms Sele was the Assistant Vice President of Programming at New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark, New Jersey from 2004-2011. From 1996 – 2011, Ms. Sele also served as the Curator/Producer of NJPAC’s Alternate Routes (formerly NJPAC World Festival), an international performing arts series.

This event will be held at Double Edge Theatre and livestreamed via Howlround. Please write to for both in-person and livestream information.

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