"Hello America" paints the picture of being a black man in America. This is a hysterical but emotional rollercoaster of masculinity, fatherhood, sexuality, love, & identity through the use of storytelling, audience interaction, dance & music.
Satyrs and nymphs crash the party when a woman sprouts horns right before her high-society wedding. As the horns grow, so do new...feelings. A Modern Greek Satyr Play.
"An incredibly moving and stylish piece performed beautifully by the two players. The play writes honestly about loss as a distilled and concentrated thing, dosed with humor that acts as a buffering agent, until it can’t anymore.”
Amid the coastline of South Florida, an ironclad stone crabbing business owner Ruth, takes a devastating blow when Hurricane Andrew hits in the Summer of 1991. A series of events transpire as she attempts to keep her business afloat.