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Monstrous at Undercurrents

Monstrous.jpgSarah Waisvisz's new play Monstrous, or, The Miscegenation Advantage, explores what it's like to live as a person of mixed race and complex heritage. Sarah spoke with Alistair Steele about how her PhD study of literature by women of the Caribbean gave rise to this play that examines her own experience. You can listen to that interview here

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