Her work is heavily rooted in building awareness for important, yet misrepresented, issues of social justice using a non-sensationalized and victim-centered artistic approach.
Early life[ edit ] Kron was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Well, not actually in Venice, but in the nearby town of Mestra where hotels are a lot cheaper. Ann is a former antiques dealer and community activist. In a time when neighborhood segregation was the norm, the WNO helped to bring people from diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds together.
He was born to a Jewish family, and is a Holocaust survivor. In as the Nazi persecution of the Jews escalated, his parents sent him out of Germany via the Kindertransport program. In the s Kron and her father visited Auschwitz, where he believed his parents were murdered by the Nazis in the s.
Her brother is David Kron, born in He is a sound engineer and is married with a son. He says of his sister: And she always had her own way of looking at things. Her maternal family is Christian and none of her Jewish paternal family survived the Holocaust.
I have never come home for Christmas.
We are not Christians. Stop trying to trick me! One of the main story lines in her play Well recounts her experiences attending a predominantly African American elementary school in that city.
Lansing began mandatory racial integration in its schools three years later. Kron became interested in theatre at an early age. She traces her acting roots to the Purim plays that she performed as a child at her synagogue in Lansing.
In junior high she was determined to be the funniest girl that people knew. An early mentor was her theater teacher at the Center, the late Robert L. She attended Kalamazoo Collegewhere she majored in theatre. At Kalamazoo College theater professor Lowry Marshall mentored her and helped her land a role with a national touring theater company.
The first two are critically acclaimed autobiographical plays, and the third a critically acclaimed biographical musical. Kron says in the introduction to her play: The show does not tell you when to laugh and when to be solemn. The response is up to you.Hi Susan, very helpful thanks for that.
In correspondence and in practice with both agents and literary journals I’ve been led to believe that a journal can publish my translation of . None of the online scholarship databases includes information about college scholarships that are available only to children under age 13 because of federal privacy laws.
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) is an independent agency of the United States federal government that offers support and funding for projects exhibiting artistic excellence. It was created by an act of the U.S.
Congress in as an independent agency of the federal government. The NEA has its offices in Washington, D.C. It was .
Caroline Woolard (b. ) is a New York-based artist born in Rhode Island. Woolard employs sculpture, installation, and online networks to study the pleasures and pains of interdependence. Feb 16, · In , an NEA-supported project, Andres Serrano's photograph "Piss Christ," was challenged by conservative lawmakers on moral grounds.
The following year, fellowships awarded to . The Center for Fiction's NYC Emerging Writer's Fellowship is a grant that will be awarded to a selected group of nine individuals that comes with many benefits for the many aspects at the Center for Fiction.