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THAT'S FUNNY. YOU DIDN'T SOUND BLACK ON THE PHONE.

comedy · big guns big tobacco · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States
Still funny. Still not sounding black. Szathmari returns with politically incorrect tales of self-discovery taking her from extreme rural Maryland to boarding school via The Preppy Handbook to Budapest and black again. Dark, comedy from a dark comedian.
Still funny. Still not sounding black. Szathmari returns with politically incorrect tales of self-discovery taking her from extreme rural Maryland to boarding school via The Preppy Handbook to Budapest and black again. Dark, comedy from a dark comedian.

GRANDMOTHERS OF THE UNIVERSE

solo performance · project sheba · Ages 16+ · one person show · United States
Miri discovers that the answer to what it’s like to be an African American woman can only be explained by experiencing the songs, poetry and stories of her ancestral grandmothers.
Miri discovers that the answer to what it’s like to be an African American woman can only be explained by experiencing the songs, poetry and stories of her ancestral grandmothers.

MY MEATLESS LIFE

solo performance · ieatgrassdotcom · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States
Actor, blogger and Celeb Chef Ayinde delivers a hilarious multimedia tale from his love life, being black and a life long vegan. Yes there will be snacks.
Actor, blogger and Celeb Chef Ayinde delivers a hilarious multimedia tale from his love life, being black and a life long vegan. Yes there will be snacks.

I WISH MY LIFE WAS AN RPG

solo performance · ashphord j · Ages 12+ · family friendly · one person show · United States
What was it like being a "nerd" before it was cool? Follow performer Ashphord Jacoway into a world of magic and wonder as we conquer cultural and social stereotypes, in and outside the geek community, and level up our confidence through poetry, spoken word, and movement.
What was it like being a "nerd" before it was cool? Follow performer Ashphord Jacoway into a world of magic and wonder as we conquer cultural and social stereotypes, in and outside the geek community, and level up our confidence through poetry, spoken word, and movement.