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  • BUST Magazine’s Review of UN/MASKED

    As an aspiring playwright and actress arriving in N.Y.C. with stars in her eyes, Donna Kaz immediately experienced the industry sexism keeping women’s stories and meaningful roles off the stage. While working as a waitress, she met Bill Hurt, a successful stage and film actor. They began a seemingly fairytale romance, but it soon turned […]

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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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