While some are still offended by the concept of a British actor playing an African-American, Cynthia Erivo’s upcoming film, ‘Harriet,’ appears to have all the makings of a success
The ‘Avengers’ star is generally right that actors can and should play anyone, but sometimes that gets complicated.
The Statue of Liberty is a Giants and Jets icon, so no way a true-red Redskins fan is letting that false idol through his door. Get better consultants.
The real issue here is not ‘Transparent’ director Jill Soloway’s blatant hypocrisy, but the gaping holes her casting controversy exposes in the trans movement’s ever-changing narrative.
Banning actors from playing characters outside their own races limits casting opportunities and narrows what’s available for audiences of live theater.
Most advertising, movie, and theater scripts don’t require casting actors of specific races. But some do.
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