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The New York Times highlights diversity on ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’

May 4, 2020

The iconic anthology series ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories‘ is known for it’s unsettling real-world horror. It’s also known for it’s diverse cast and storytellers! The New York Times added ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ to their list of “7 Shows with Bite-Sized Scares”, along with shows like ‘Creepshow’ and Jordan Peele’s ‘The Twilight Zone’. New York Times writer Mike Hale writes,

“…its roster of writers, directors and characters is more diverse than you’ll find in just about any other broadcast-network show…”

Stage 13 congratulates the creator Vera Miao, and all of our cast, writers, and directors! Read the full article here: “Beyond ‘Black Mirror’: 7 Shows That Serve Bite-Sized Scares

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