From The Harvard Crimson:
“the importance of pushing relevant data about gender statistics in the ballet world into the public’s eye”
In a profile by Rhea L. Acharya, Contributing Writer with The Harvard Crimson, DDP Founder & President Liza Yntema shares her inspiration for starting the nonprofit, the work that DDP produces, and why it is crucial for audiences to recognize. “People sort of leave their intelligence at the entrance of the theater when they walk in. They just want to be entertained, and they don’t want to think about this stuff,” she said. “But they need to because there’s real people there.”
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