re: Goodman School of Drama
Lit & Lectures,
May 30, 2013
The celebrated playwright and disability rights activist put down her pen for nearly a decade. But in a new novel,
Good Kings Bad Kings, she picks back up where she left off, creating disabled characters who are funny, angry, and vividly human.
By Sam Worley
Lit Feature, Susan Nussbaum, Barbara Kingsolver, Twitter, writing, Carrie Sandahl, profiles, Remains Theatre, theater, Highland Park, Mike Nussbaum, Roosevelt University, Goodman School of Drama, DePaul University, Theatre School at DePaul University, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, writers, Mike Ervin, Smart Ass Cripple, blogs, books, Roger Ebert, radio theater, Jerry Lewis, novels, plays, Empowered FeFes, Utne Reader, Access Living, playwrights, Algonquin Books, documentaries, disability, Jerry's Kids, Fidel Castro, Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, disability activism, Venceremos Brigade, Organization of Disabled Revolutionaries
May 7, 2013
The venerable indie filmmaker returns to Chicago this Thursday.
By J.R. Jones
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