written and performed by DOMINO D’LORION, MICHAEL McKITT and IAN McCARTHY
In this moving choreopoem written and performed by Guthrie B.F.A. alums, three Black boys sit on a stoop and discuss what it means to love deeply, question tradition, be queer and be unapologetically Black in the world today.
Missing Mississippi Moons
written and performed by ANTONIO DUKE
directed by ELLEN FENSTER
Inspired by his grandfather’s story, local actor/playwright Antonio Duke embodies a mosaic of characters struggling to find their power in the Jim Crow era.
The Uprising Volume II: Black HERstory
a DARK MUSE PERFORMING ARTS production
written and directed by VANESSA BROOKE AGNES
Featuring performances by 11 Twin Cities artists, this powerful piece spans significant historical eras while celebrating the experiences and contributions of Black womxn.
This Is Who I Am
by AMIR NIZAR ZUABI
directed by EVREN ODCIKIN
Presented on demand April 13‒25
Back by popular demand, Amir Nizar Zuabi’s (Grey Rock) new play explores the unpredictable nature of grief and the delicacy of family connection across geographical and generational divides through the intimacy of a video call.
Tears of a Willow
by OYA MAE DUCHESS
The realities of Black trauma are explored through the evocative metaphor of setting fire to an ancient willow tree and finding hope rising from the ashes.
More details coming soon.