Altered Archives is not a show as much as it is an experience. It is an immersion into human expression and the liaison of the mind unto itself. It is emotion in motion.
There’s no delicate way to address suicide, and Veronique LaShell MacRae doesn’t try. The Suicide Journals does not shy away from the realities of teens taking their own lives, it stares the issue in the face, saying it’s not too soon to talk about suicide, it’s usually too late.
In a piece that is technically a one-man show, Ron Jones speaks for, and as, numerous African Americans. Lyndon Johnson’s Civil Rights Act ignited a social and economic transformation for the black community, and Jones plants us at the center of it. A combination of theater and documentary film, The Movement: 50 Years of Love […]
“I DON’T WANNA DIE!” echoed through the room, the first words of Kris Noteboom’s one-man show And Then I Woke Up. Noteboom’s performance covers a lot of ground and weaves in and out of stand up, monologue, and even flirts with lecture.
Aaron, the Mayor of Anderson, South Carolina doesn’t abuse power, power abuses him. Caught in the middle of a sexual harassment scandal, Aaron, his sister/chief of staff Nancy, and his no-bullshit wife Arya attempt to clear his name in time for reelection. The tagline for Tom Slot’s political drama is In politics, never let them […]