A new play by R. Eric Thomas
Directed by Josiah Albright
CAST: 1 Black Female; 1 White Female
WHEN & WHERE: Thursday, January 18th at 4:30pm in Theatre 220 (the second floor of the Simons Center for the Arts).
- 1 contemporary monologue, OR
- 1 story from your life. There needs to be a beginning, middle, and end. There also needs to be a change in character, whether that be yourself or someone else in the story. It does not have to be 100% true.
You have 90-120 seconds. It is recommended to not go over time.
SYNOPSIS: This new play by Barrymore Award-winning playwright R. Eric Thomas, is about two women and one story. At their 10-year college reunion, Aisha and Holly meet by chance. Is this the first time or has it just been a long time? They can't agree. Aisha is a black, successful playwright; she's on the cover of the alumni magazine. Holly is a white, struggling stand-up comedian; she's here for the free drinks. They both have a story that they've been telling themselves about what happened all those years ago and they're both willing to fight for the truth in the present. We hope to see you there!
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