Is it the fear of being pigeonholed stop you from making Queer theatre?
Stories about writers being told not to write about being disabled or not to write another play with/about being disabled so that they don’t get pigeonholed.
If writers are being told that how can directors find good work to develop, produce and direct.
Its not being talked about.
Those who have a voice, who are out, who are only given one side of the story. E..g. Miriam Margoyles speaking on Graham Norton show regarding straight people have better perspective in play gay roles.
Discussion regarding actors coming out and the consequences of that.
Discussion regarding bisexuals feeling fear of coming out within LGBT community and the stigma attached. Also discussions regarding LGBT work being misread as not LGBT and how to make it clearer.
Fear of being someone who just bangs on about the same thing.
What are the demands from those higher up.
Various people joined in the discussion mostly lesbians, though bisexual and gay perspectives contributed/listened to as well.