Briyana D. Clarel’s Saved You A Plate and Brown Girls Squared’s woebegone.
Monday, December 9 | 8pm
$10 advance tickets | $15 at the door
Arrive early for a Queer Cheer Holiday Fair starting at 6:30pm, featuring vendors, activities, and festive cuteness!
ACT ONE: Saved You A Plate, A new piece about black queer connection and care, intimacy and interdependence, ruptures and repairs, fulfilling food and friendship. What nourishes us and what makes us feel whole. Directed by Briyana D. Clarel, this work-in-progress is devised by the ensemble and co-produced by The Starfruit Project.
ACT TWO: woebegone by Cianon Jones, A birthday hits with the wake-up call of a lifetime. Killers, thieves, addicts, cannibals, gurus, and scientists–all these people together in one late-night bakery with serendipity at the helm of it all. Oh, how we end up at the brink. A precipice of every way life could go onward through the stories we live only in our own minds. Directed by Emilia Amador, this semi-staged production is produced by Brown Girls Squared.
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