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FEN opens to widespread acclaim - read what reviewers and audience members are saying about Caryl Churchill's feminist masterwork!
Scenic Designer Collette Pollard and Costume Designer Izumi Inaba shed light on the design choices that make FEN such a standout theatrical experience.
Director of Engagement, Kamilah Rashied, shares her personal connection to this year's reimagined Spotlight Reading Series, featuring the works of Sonia Sanchez.
Check out these resources for academics, enthusiasts, educators to support your learning and viewing of FEN. We’re thrilled to offer them as a complement to our Student Matinee program, and we hope they enrich your experience of this production.
Hear from FEN's Intimacy and Violence Directors, Greg Geffrard and Sheryl Williams, as they discuss their field, where it fits into this production, and helping people rediscover their joy.
Use this classroom activity to unpack examples of juxtaposition in life, media, and FEN to more deeply understand the power of contrast.
Reflect on themes from FEN through journaling prompts—suited for classrooms and continuous learners alike!
As you engage with FEN, consider how repurposing land—for good or for ill—reverberates through its inhabitants, community, and the land itself.
Implement this classroom vocabulary activity around the word "juxtapose" to better understand FEN.
Take a look at these texts and resources to explore the history behind FEN, its dramaturgy, and the design of Court Theatre’s production.
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