EP-73 • 24 min 39 sec

Can a dinner conversation overcome racial inequity? Yes, that's what Ariel facilitates.

Join us as we delve into the innovative work of Ariel Fristoe, the artistic director of the nonprofit Out of Hand Theater. Ariel and her team have revolutionized the way we engage with important issues through their immersive dinner theater experiences. Get ready to be captivated by their unique approach, as we uncover how a simple dinner conversation can overcome racial inequity and spark transformation in our communities.
Podcast Guest
Ariel Fristoe
Published on
June 17, 2023

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