In Person with Carolyn Gage

By Kelsey Block The RCAH Center for Poetry was pleased to welcome Lesbian Feminist Playwright Carolyn Gage to East Lansing last week. During her visit, Gage visited several classes, conducted her workshop, “Interrupting Racism,” and gave performances of her work. Gage, 61, said she has been performing since the 1980s. She described the year 1986Continue reading “In Person with Carolyn Gage”

Carolyn Gage at the RCAH Center for Poetry

We’re thrilled to welcome playwright Carolyn Gage to the Center for Poetry. A feminist, lesbian playwright, she specializes in non-traditional roles for women, especially those reclaiming famous lesbians whose stories have been distorted or erased from history. Please join us for the following events surrounding Carolyn’s visit: Wednesday, November 6: An Evening of Lesbian Theatre withContinue reading “Carolyn Gage at the RCAH Center for Poetry”