TAGGED WITH

Power

YES. NO. MAYBE.

ensemble theatre · suttle dramas · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America
Dark Sexy Dramedy: In these #MeToo times, people are speaking out about sexual abuse, but some people happily/consciously use sex to get ahead. Would you sleep with someone to get a job? Would you let your partner sleep with someone if it would boost your careers? Monogamy or $1M for one night?
Dark Sexy Dramedy: In these #MeToo times, people are speaking out about sexual abuse, but some people happily/consciously use sex to get ahead. Would you sleep with someone to get a job? Would you let your partner sleep with someone if it would boost your careers? Monogamy or $1M for one night?

ASK A BLACK WOMAN

Solo Show · mouthpeace entertainment · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
People of different races have been asking a Black Woman named Shanara, all kinds of questions on the streets of L.A. for the past 2 years, on her “Ask A Black Woman” YouTube series. This is a theatrical & poetic response with provocative accounts of living Black in America.
People of different races have been asking a Black Woman named Shanara, all kinds of questions on the streets of L.A. for the past 2 years, on her “Ask A Black Woman” YouTube series. This is a theatrical & poetic response with provocative accounts of living Black in America.

SPEAK I WILL: A FRACTURED SHAKESPEARE

ensemble theatre · fractured shakespeare®️ · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
By piecing together some of the Bard’s most famous text, the actors create their own unique Fractured Shakespeare monologues. Join us as we combine the words of Beatrice, King Lear, Lady Macbeth, Henry V, Katherina “The Shrew” and more, to explore issues of gender, power, identity, and love.
By piecing together some of the Bard’s most famous text, the actors create their own unique Fractured Shakespeare monologues. Join us as we combine the words of Beatrice, King Lear, Lady Macbeth, Henry V, Katherina “The Shrew” and more, to explore issues of gender, power, identity, and love.