We’re really looking forward to Monday’s reading of Paris Crayton III’s “STUCK” and are excited to announce our February Feature: NIKE KADRI!
Mark your calendars for Monday, February 12, 2018, 7:30pm @ the cell, we will feature a reading of Nike Kadri’s film, “Paradigm Table”.
ABOUT THE FILM
Four first-generation millennials come together on Christmas Day to celebrate ten years of friendship only to discover that their past mistakes might tear them apart. Paradigm Table is a dark comedy and coming-of-age film about first generation millennial identity and politics.
The film centers around a first-gen Nigerian female and first-gen Chinese male couple and their first-gen friends a Mexican trans woman and a British-Iranian hijab-wearing lesbian. Paradigm Table asks you to empathize with their journey into adulthood and how that journey either breaks us or makes us.
ABOUT THE WRITER
NIKE KADRI is a 1st generation Nigerian actor, screenwriter, film director and producer reared in the South. Nike is currently in post-production for her psychological thriller and short film Her First Kill and finished a successful festival season with her first short film By the Tide. As a filmmaker, Nike desires to create opportunity and exposure for under-represented emerging artists who are passionate about creating work for and by artists like themselves so they can succeed financially and artistically in an industry that has great potential to give voice to marginalized artists in New York City and beyond. As an actor, Nike was most recently seen in School Girls; Or the African Mean Girls Play at MCC and has performed Off-Broadway at The Signature Theater and Classic Stage Company and regionally at The Guthrie Theater, Shakespeare Theatre NJ, Chicago Shakespeare, The McCarter Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and others. She can be seen in upcoming seasons of Divorce on HBO and Seven Seconds on Netflix. She is a graduate of The University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Actor Training Program. www.nikekadri.com
Looking forward to seeing you on Monday for Paris’ reading of “Stuck” @ Pearl Studios.