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COMPLEX[ION] WOMAN

ensemble theatre · gilbert henderson production · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America
From making decisions such as straightening or curling our natural hair to coping with issues such as depression in the Black community, complex[ion] woman explores the intricacies of the everyday experiences of the contemporary woman of color in 2016.
From making decisions such as straightening or curling our natural hair to coping with issues such as depression in the Black community, complex[ion] woman explores the intricacies of the everyday experiences of the contemporary woman of color in 2016.

GIRLS TOGETHER ALWAYS

ensemble theatre · davisacts · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
Kind of funny. Kind of raw. Mostly real. Ten short pieces about growing up Girl in America that will make you laugh, cry, remember and think. Not for women only.
Kind of funny. Kind of raw. Mostly real. Ten short pieces about growing up Girl in America that will make you laugh, cry, remember and think. Not for women only.

NIGHT WITCHES

ensemble theatre · the thrillpeddlers · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
A tale of women in war. The 588th Night Bomber Regiment was a thorn in Hitler’s side on the hellish Eastern Front in WWII.
A tale of women in war. The 588th Night Bomber Regiment was a thorn in Hitler’s side on the hellish Eastern Front in WWII.

BEYOND - UNEMPLOYED. FINALLY.

solo performance · written and performed by heather r. dowling · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America
The story of a woman who tried on 30 jobs, in 30 years before finally doing what everyone said she couldn't. She has surrendered to her passion for performing. But now she has dirt to dish about the odd-jobs and odd-balls she's encountered along the way. Come see her now. Unemployed. Finally.
The story of a woman who tried on 30 jobs, in 30 years before finally doing what everyone said she couldn't. She has surrendered to her passion for performing. But now she has dirt to dish about the odd-jobs and odd-balls she's encountered along the way. Come see her now. Unemployed. Finally.