All The World's A Stage



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All The World's Stage is a 2008 film that revolves around Vanessa Armstrong (Esosa Edosomwan), a black creative artist who teaches in a New England college. When she was asked to diversify the curriculum by directing a Shakespearean play, she found herself swamped with problems on the production such as her difficulty to find the right actors, conflicts among the cast, and her own struggle with a traditional institution at odds with her artistry. Directed by Vaun Monroe, this independent film presents a provocative tale about the challenges of being an struggling actress.