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Daniel Banks


banksDuring the past year, Daniel Banks published the first critical anthology of Hip Hop Theatre plays, Say Word! Voices from Hip Hop Theater (University of Michigan Press) and The Question of Cultural Diplomacy: Acting Ethically (Theatre Topics, Sept. 2011). Banks has also toured his production of HaMapah/The Map with co-creator Adam McKinney to the Passing the Flame Festival, marking Dah Teatar’s 20th anniversary in Belgrade, Serbia; the Spoleto Open Festival, Italy, where an excerpt was also performed at Ellen Stewart’s memorial celebration as part of the Spoleto Festival; Rhodes College, Memphis; and the Saratoga Arts Festival, NY). He was also invited to assume the role of co-director of Theatre Without Borders and planned a leadership retreat in his new home city of Santa Fe, NM. Banks continues to teach in the M.A. in Applied Theatre at CUNY and advise in the Gallatin Program at NYU.
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HaMapah/The Map
October 14, 2012
Skidmore College


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