104: Autobiographical writing, providing opportunities for Black playwrights, and creative process with theatre artist, Monét Noelle Marshall

Monét Noelle Marshall is an artist, director, playwright, curator, producer & cultural organizer. A 2018 Independent Weekly Arts Award winner, she serves as the Founding Artistic Director of MOJOAA Performing Arts Company. Recent projects include the “Buy It Call It” performance installations, which earned her the 2018 Mary B. Regan Community Artist Fellowship from the NC Arts Council. You can learn more about her upcoming work at MonetNoelleMarshall.com.

Monét describes her writing and development process for her play Raissoneur, autobiographical writing, supporting Southern Black playwrights through her upcoming podcast Red Clay Plays and her theatre company MOJOAA.

This interview was recorded virtually on March 20, 2020. We do discuss the COVID-19 pandemic.

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