Grace McLean (‘Suffs’): ‘Dissonance’ of portraying the patriarchy of Woodrow Wilson in woman’s body

Grace McLean (‘Suffs’): ‘Dissonance’ of portraying the patriarchy of Woodrow Wilson in woman’s body
Grace McLean (‘Suffs’) enjoys the ‘dissonance’ of portraying the patriarchy of Woodrow Wilson in a woman’s body. She describes using “a real daddy kind of a mentality” to bring Wilson’s supreme sense of confidence to life. Gold Derby’s Sam Eckmann hosts this webchat.

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