a world premiere by Olivia Custodio, Bijan Hosseini, Iris Salazar & Darryl Stamp
March 28-April 7, 2019
“Life is learning to hold paradox.”
Short plays by and about people of color from the Theatre Artists of Color Writing Workshop. DRIVER’S LICENSE, PLEASE by Olivia Custodio (a dark comedy about bagels, rental cars and rednecks); AMERICAN PRIDE by Iris Salazar (an even darker comedy about making America great again); ROAR by Darryl Stamp (a dramedy about stand-up comedy); THE FRAILEST THING by Bijan Hosseini (a drama about the difference between wanting to live and not wanting to die).
Featuring Jillian Joy, Bryan Kido, Lonzo Liggins, Erika Ovuoba, Carlos Nobleza Posas, Yolanda Stange.
Designed by La Beene (costumes), Cheryl Cluff (sound), Meghan McCormick (lighting), Cara Pomeroy (set), Arika Schockmel (props) and TBA (costumes). Stage managed by Jennifer Freed. Directed by Jerry Rapier.
And don’t miss our free Script-In-Hand Series!
We feel a responsibilty as a company to reflect the community in which we live. And yet I’ve been asking myself: with all that is happening, does attending the theatre even matter?