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THE DAY I BECAME BLACK

One More Chance · bill posley · Ages 18+ · United States of America
Biracial Bill Posley grew up happily identifying as both black & white. But at 10 yrs old he learns the world does in fact judge a book by it's color, & even though he's half white he's labeled 100% black. Does a young comedian have to get rid of his whiteness, to be the color he's "supposed" to be?
Biracial Bill Posley grew up happily identifying as both black & white. But at 10 yrs old he learns the world does in fact judge a book by it's color, & even though he's half white he's labeled 100% black. Does a young comedian have to get rid of his whiteness, to be the color he's "supposed" to be?

BLACKBALLED

ensemble theatre · red flag media productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.

BLACK WHEN I WAS A BOY

solo performance · seeker · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States of America
Powerful account of a journey from naiveté to nuanced understanding, all through the body of a black boy.
Powerful account of a journey from naiveté to nuanced understanding, all through the body of a black boy.

SKIN JOBS

jim vejvoda · world premiere · United States of America
An Asian-American visual effects artist is working on a top secret, very racially problematic project: digitally altering a white movie star to look biracial. Her white reporter bestie threatens to expose it all — and destroy her friend in the process.
An Asian-American visual effects artist is working on a top secret, very racially problematic project: digitally altering a white movie star to look biracial. Her white reporter bestie threatens to expose it all — and destroy her friend in the process.

BABA, JEE (FATHER, YES)

moj productions · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
Maria, a bi-racial Pakistani-American young woman, lives in New York City with her boyfriend Dave. On the eve of Hurricane Sandy, her father Baba comes to visit from Pakistan. Trapped inside, they are forced to confront their differing views on culture, love, and belonging.
Maria, a bi-racial Pakistani-American young woman, lives in New York City with her boyfriend Dave. On the eve of Hurricane Sandy, her father Baba comes to visit from Pakistan. Trapped inside, they are forced to confront their differing views on culture, love, and belonging.

An Excuse To Behave Badly

It's 2AM. It's Halloween. The bars are closed. The Uber is late. The creeps are out. But these women got this! Don't miss the Pay What You Can preview of this outrageous new comedy June 9th @2PM! Tickets for all other shows $10!

WHAT I NEVER TOLD YOU

Sometimes love becomes transparent, but is it too late? Through the course of one evening, Nick and Alysha ultimately remind themselves how deep their love is. A knock on the door, however, brings the world crashing down around them.

Jessie's Messy Mind

A "crazy" solo show that makes a mental difference. Jessie is an artist with schizo-affective whose show is a refreshing, humorous look into the heart of mental difference. You'll either leave enlightened or simply lightened up!