April 27, 2017
In this episode, writer, theatre maker and hip hop artist Candy Bowers joins us to discuss losing love for The Cosby Show, representation in Australian comedy and TV, and how to call people out (even when they cry).
Links to topics discussed:
- ‘Gone Daddy Gone: Brown Girl Seeking…’ – Candy’s article for The Lifted Brow
- ‘Comment: Racism in the theatre world is real and it is debilitating’ – Candy’s article for SBS Life
Shout out to:
- One Million Stars: Weaving Communities of Courage to End Violence By Maryann Talia Pau
Candy Bowers is an international award-winning playwright, actor and comedian. A NIDA graduate, Candy has worked across the main-stages at Melbourne Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company and Circus Oz. As the Co-Artistic Director of Black Honey Company, Candy makes work that delves into the heart of radical black feminist dreaming and cuts and tickles in equal measure. This year you can catch her on the small screen in Newton’s Law and The Ex PM.