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Founder Shaun Landry speaks to JP on Why are minority points of view becoming exponentially more important in the Performing Arts and why weren’t they earlier?
Press with Shoutout LA: Meet Shaun Landry and her takes on theatre, minority voices in the Performing Arts and how the Labrea Tar Pits is A MUST SEE.
Improv So White?
Founder Shaun Landry is featured with her company Oui Be Negroes who is considered the first African American Improvisational and Sketch ensemble on Performing Arts in the country.
Shaun Landry talks all things Ledge on this Podcast including Drama Therapy in the Performing Arts and how Improvisation is a vital source of theatre.
One of the many podcasts, Shaun joins Jennifer and David on a bridge to talk about her journey through improv, performing with her husband, and what starting The Ledge was like.
Getting Deep with Whit Shiller on finding voices of color in an improvisational setting, the Performing Arts and more.
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