CRLT Players sessions use theatrical case studies to highlight the ways that lived experiences in higher education differ based on social identities and existing systemic inequities. By centering individuals who are often marginalized in higher education, performances make problematic dynamics and histories visible. The paired facilitated discussions ask participants to consider approaches for disrupting problematic behaviors and increasing equity in various institutional contexts.
The Players company is made of performers, directors, practitioners, musicians, playwrights, and educational developers. We are committed to advancing social justice and addressing equity gaps. We work to make institutions of higher education more equitable and inclusive spaces for the people situated in them.