A national shift as big as the election of Donald Trump will have ripple effects throughout U.S. culture, as artists and performers process the change. Masthead member Jennifer asked us to to dive in. “Who are the protest artists of our generation?” I enlisted The Atlantic’s culture experts to find examples of works of music, theater and visual art responding to the national moment. You’ll also hear directly from one of those artists, director Noam Shapiro. He’ll tell us why it’s more important than ever to create theater that can change minds.
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