103. INTERVIEW: Terry Guest


**This episode has some explicit language. Be sure to grab those headphones if you have kiddos around!**

Hello listeners! This week’s guest on the show is TERRY GUEST! Terry Guest is a Chicago-based playwright, actor, and teaching artist from Atlanta, Georgia. His works At The Wake of a Dead Drag Queen, Marie Antoinette and the Magical Negros, and The Magnolia Ballet reexamine American history through the experiences of Black people. 

To learn more about Terry, check out the links below!

Website: https://www.terrycguest.com/
New Play Exchange: https://newplayexchange.org/users/38107/terry-guest
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terryexplainsitall/


Sarah: My Tweets
Sam: Spending time with family; Dad’s cousin
Terry: Nicki Minaj’s Mixed Tape “Beam Me Up Scotty”


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