Our Stage / Our Voices is a new program developed and sponsored by the UIS Performing Arts Center in which members of historically underrepresented communities address the issues of inequality in the regional performing arts with a goal of achieving diversity and inclusion. The artist-in-residence position will rotate annually as Our Stage / Our Voices works to amplify voices and stories throughout the community and create spaces for opportunity, understanding and originality.
Area actor, director, and performing artist Reggie Guyton will serve as the inaugural Our Stage / Our Voices artist-in-residence. During the 2022 calendar year, Mr. Guyton will collaborate with regional Black artists to explore and celebrate the Black experience in America.
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About Reggie Guyton
Our Stage / Our Voices
Ragtime Panel Discussion
hosted by OSOV Artist-in-Residence and Ragtime Director Reggie Guyton
May 19, 2022, 6:30pm
UIS Studio Theatre
Live stream also available
This roundtable discussion will focus on the complex content of Ragtime, character choices and development, and connections between the show and current racial climates.
Creativity, Collaboration, and Community
April 15, 2022
Click here for recorded stream.