Daniel Park is a theater and performance artist based in Philadelphia, with experience working in arts administration in regional theater. He is a queer, bi-racial, cis-man. His work explores the intersection of games and theater to test the meaning and limits of agency. www.urthehero.com
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Institute of Contemporary Art presents ‘Tag’ and ‘Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show’ (second review)
Games (queer) people play
ICA's 'Tag: Proposals on Queer Play and the Way Forward' and 'Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show' offer many different perspectives on queer downtime, with varying degrees of success — and fun. Daniel Park reviews.
Following up on Philly's Ghostlight Project
Letting us down by holding us up
Daniel Park asked theaters that participated in January's Ghostlight Project how they've implemented the project's plans to make their spaces more inclusive. The answers surprised him.