Tanya Saracho, a playwright who writes for tv, has written on How To Get Away With Murder, Looking, and Girls. She’s a member of The Kilroys, a group for gender parity in theatre.
“Just let us play the complicated characters . . . Viola Davis, Keri Washington’s character . . . Sandra Oh’s character, like, they’re not likeable all the time, you know, but it’s because . . . something about them are you, because that’s how people are right? Complicated, sometimes dark, sometimes funny.”