Becca Khalil is a Coptic-Egyptian actor, poet, director, and maker. Becca was born at Methodist Hospital and stayed on Broad Street, as a graduate of the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts High School, and the University of the Arts. Becca is also a graduate of the UPenn Young Scholars program, with a focus in Feminist Philosophy, as well as the Yale School of Drama’s summer course. Becca welcomes all pronouns. Currently, Becca is in post-production for A Day in the Life of an Artist of Color, a film highlighting the hurdles artists of color must overcome in Philadelphia. Find it on Instagram at @artistofcolor2018
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No more all-white seasons: Continuing the conversation on inclusion at Philly theaters
Loud but learning
It’s been an intense week for the Philadelphia theater community, as a necessary conversation about inclusion on and offstage drew voices that have been fighting racism for years. What’s next? Becca Khalil considers.