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'I can take off my costume, not my Blackness': How actor-interpreters of colour carry the weight of racism
Arts & Culture

'I can take off my costume, not my Blackness': How actor-interpreters of colour carry the weight of racism

For many actor-interpreters of colour, the work of getting into character has them exploring difficult parts of history, and once they step back into the real world they still are confronted with current-day racism.

Becoming review: Michelle Obama manages to be more spontaneous than scripted in Netflix documentary
Entertainment

Becoming review: Michelle Obama manages to be more spontaneous than scripted in Netflix documentary

Michelle Obama admits her speeches became more 'scripted' during the 2008 Presidential Election. However, in Becoming, she manages to do away with the teleprompter in her head.