Sammy and Phil have been best friends since childhood, sharing just about everything–except who they love most. Someone crosses the line and it takes deceit and revenge to backfire into self-destruction for everyone to realize the power in the spirits.
I met Nikkole in 2005 during her run with Danai Gurira of “In the Continuum” at the Perry Street Theater.
When you’ve stayed in contact with an artist like Nikkole in this city, I think that means something.
Interview with Playwright, Danielle Eliska Lyle
BLACKBOARD: How do you want people to feel after they have heard this play?
AD: I’ll paraphrase something I heard Erik Ehn say once, “It’s like being a chef. You prepare this huge meal and you want people to walk away, full.” He even made a “Zen Buddha full face,” if you can imagine what that might look like.
GENERATION T follows two Marines – one on psych leave and the other AWOL – and their drug-addled friends as they try to cope with life in post-9/11 America – the only America they’ve known.
Did you remember?! We’re 4 years old now!!
We live-streamed at Monday’s Blackboard!
Monday, September 10, 2012 FEATURED READING
POUSADA AZUL – by Nathan Yungerberg
Directed by Nicole Watson
BLACKBOARD: Tell us a little but about yourself and why you write….
NATHAN: I moved to NYC from Minneapolis 7 years ago. I have been a professional photographer for 21 years. Four years ago…
BLACKBOARD: Tell us a little but about yourself and why you write….JAMES: I was born in California, but grew up in Las Vegas, NV. I’ve lived a few places Wilberforce, Ohio where I went to school at Central State University and Washington, D.C. – I studied film at Howard University in a MFA Program, and I lived in LA before moving here to New York.
Set in the small religious town of Greenwald, Mississippi, “Some Old Black Man”, is the story of irascible, anti-religious, 82 year old Donald Jones. He is a man resistant to change, but as his health declines he faces the inevitable.
Cast and Director Bios!