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  • Donna Kaz la survivante, Aphra Behn l’activiste

    Donna Kaz la survivante, Aphra Behn l’activiste TV5monde 11 FÉV 2017 par  Margot Cherrid Les Guerrilla Girls à l’assaut d’un art « sexiste et dominé par les hommes blancs » Alice Neel, Alma Thomas, Hanna Hoch, German Dada, Hannah Hoch, ou encore Aphra Behn. En empruntant le nom d’artistes décédées, injustement méconnues du grand public et sous […]

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  • I Was a Guerrilla Girl: Unmasking the Ugly Face of Misogyny in the Arts

    November 29, 2016 I Was a Guerrilla Girl: Unmasking the Ugly Face of Misogyny in the Arts A rare look from inside the famous feminist activist group. By Donna Kaz [Editor’s Note:] When Donna Kaz moved to New York City in 1977 as an actress seeking “smart female roles,” she was greeted with nothing but […]

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  • Donna Kaz’s “UN/MASKED” Compels Us to Speak Up – MS Magazine review

    Abuse and Empowerment: Donna Kaz’s “Un/Masked” Compels Us to Speak Up November 30, 2016 by Marina Delvecchio Donna Kaz’s Un/Masked: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl on Tour chronicles the birth of a feminist. Through a narrative spanning abuse, activism and her urgent struggle to solidify her place in theater, Kaz provides her readers with a dynamic storyline […]

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  • BITCH magazine’s review of UN/MASKED

    JANUARY 2017 BITCH MEDIA CHAOS ISSUE Winter 17 | issue no. 73 UN/MASKED: MEMOIRS OF A GUERRILLA GIRL ON TOUR by Donna Kaz As a freshman in college, I saw a performance of the Guerrilla Girls on campus. I remember the charge in the air among women’s studies undergrads sitting toe-to-toe in the amphitheater as […]

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  • UN/MASKED review on THE FRONT ROW CENTER

    Book Review: Un/Masked: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl on Tour Posted By Sarah Downs on Jan 10, 2017 BY Sarah Downs BOOK REVIEW – Un/Masked:  Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl on Tour, by Donna Kaz (a/k/a Aphra Behn) New York City, 1977.  Emerging from its lowest point, New York City is quiet.  Its streets are […]

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  • How the Guerrilla Girls expose Art World Patriarchy

    How the Guerrilla Girls Used Ape Outfits to Expose the Art-World Patriarchy Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Email Blogger

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  • JOAN, Interrupted

    American Theatre, December 2001 PRESS – JOAN-FrontandCenter Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Email Blogger

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  • Voices in Her Head

    Electric City, February 10-16, 2000 Joan Comes to the Scranton Cultural Center PRESS – JOAN-Electric City Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Email Blogger

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  • JOAN

    The Stage – August 16, 2001 PRESS – JOAN Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Email Blogger

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  • Passion, Skill and a ‘Lark’ Lead to Creation of ‘JOAN’

    The Sunday Times, Scranton, PA February 13, 2000 PRESS – JOAN-1 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr Email Blogger

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