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MS 499: ADVERTISING AND THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF GENDER

theoretically productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Teaching is performance, but it usually takes place in a classroom so people don’t notice. MS499: Advertising and the Social Construction of Gender takes this concept to a new level. The theatre becomes a classroom infused with magical realism. This is more than a play, it's a learning experience.
Teaching is performance, but it usually takes place in a classroom so people don’t notice. MS499: Advertising and the Social Construction of Gender takes this concept to a new level. The theatre becomes a classroom infused with magical realism. This is more than a play, it's a learning experience.

YONIVERSE (FORMERLY: YONI KI KAHANIYA)

yoni sisters · Ages 16+ · United States of America
An original and contemporary storytelling by Los Angeles women of South Asian descent. From their honest and emotional hearts, they recall their upbringings, relive their disparate experiences and join together to celebrate Womanhood!
An original and contemporary storytelling by Los Angeles women of South Asian descent. From their honest and emotional hearts, they recall their upbringings, relive their disparate experiences and join together to celebrate Womanhood!

I CAN'T INDIAN GOOD

soaring solo studios · Ages 12+ · United States of America
“I Can’t Indian Good” is a comedic solo show written/performed by Brandon Raman, a first generation Indian-American with zero ties to India, exploring how you can build a sense of personal identity when you feel culturally adrift. Sometimes all you need is a carpooling herd of (imaginary) ancestors.
“I Can’t Indian Good” is a comedic solo show written/performed by Brandon Raman, a first generation Indian-American with zero ties to India, exploring how you can build a sense of personal identity when you feel culturally adrift. Sometimes all you need is a carpooling herd of (imaginary) ancestors.