The Power of Art: Allegiance

George Takei has not been quiet about his experience, helping to raise up the experiences of 120,000 Japanese-Americans during the Second World War. The United States labeled these citizens as enemies, and imprisoning them into "internment camps." Allegiance is the story of a Japanese American family living through this time. It's a powerful musical performance, … Continue reading The Power of Art: Allegiance

The Power of Art – Rogue One

Art is such a beautiful expression, it can evoke emotions and speak to truths that can be hard to articulate.  It also can often serve as a powerful tool for change, for revolution, to spark people to stand up and make changes. This series is going to explore the power of art, by looking at … Continue reading The Power of Art – Rogue One

Feminist Friday: Into The Woods

Yup, here it is again.  I find it interesting that the more I write about this particular musical the more I find to write about it – I fully anticipate such things will be true for other musicals that I start to dissect, so perhaps that will become a thing. [Warning: There are spoilers in … Continue reading Feminist Friday: Into The Woods