Critiques For The Culture

Critiques for The Culture is a conversational podcast and WRIR radio show that focuses on the socio-political themes found within current movies, TV, and plays — covering all with humor. Hosted by two Black Queer folks of varying opinion, Critiques for The Culture aims to dissect our media, point out where we aren’t represented, and say what the rest of us are thinking. Taneasha and Brooke make up the CFC duo -- a couple of Black Queer folks who love their community, and love watching TV and movies.

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Critiques For The Culture: Falsettos

Critiques For The Culture: Falsettos

In Critiques For The Culture’s latest contribution to GayRVA, Taneasha White and Brooke Taylor review the Richmond Triangle Players’ Falsettos, a musical telling the comedic, dramatic story of a family turned upside down. William Finn and James Lapine’s 1981 Falsettos...

Critiques For The Culture: Girlfriend

Critiques For The Culture: Girlfriend

In Critiques For The Culture’s latest contribution to GayRVA, Taneasha White and Brooke Taylor review the Richmond Triangle Players' Girlfriend, a love story about two young men coming of age in the 90s. Girlfriend, written by Todd Almond and based on the 1991 album...




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