I'm sorry, theatre.
I've been pretty strident about the need for a more radical approach to addressing racial disparity in American theatre, and I have pointed out a lot of what you were doing wrong.
I take it all back.
What I should have been saying is, "Just add rap music."
Apparently, we've been missing out. Maybe if we simply play rap music, Black people will spring up at the box office like cabbages.
Why haven't we thought of this?
See, that's the real problem. The problem isn't the racism embedded in the institutional structures we participate in. It's not playing enough rap music.
So all this transforming systems of power thing? Forget all of it.
Just blast some rap music.