Directed by Yasir Muhammad.
A young black boy, after losing everything, drifts into a fantasy world of memories and monsters. He wonders and wanders in search of his home, his will to live, and the answers to his many questions surrounding what it truly looks like when one considers taking their own life. Excited to be teaming up with Face Off Theatre Company again for an incredible new premiere of magical realism!
Performance Dates (2022)
1030 Portage Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
Disclosure: The show is centered around and includes copious discussion of sexuality/sexually suggestive topics, suicide, self harm, and depression.
Proof of vaccination is required for all Queer Theatre Kalamazoo events. Masks must be worn over the mouth and nose in any indoor space. Our actors can present this play unmasked due to these efforts. Thank you for helping keep the community safe and performing live again.
Name-Your-Price tickets are available here.
|Ynika Yuag||Stage Manager|
|Khadijah Brown||Assistant Stage Manager|
|Shea-Lin Shobowale-Benson||Production Manager|
|Ana Martinez Medina||Intimacy Choreographer|
|Zaynee Hobdy||Light Design|
|Leah Todd||Scenic Artist|
|Earlene McMichael, Kayde Moore||Marketing - FOTC|
|Amethyst Stewart, Hazel James||Marketing - QTK|
|Betty Lenzy||House Manager|
|Marissa Harrington||Artistic Director, FOTC|
|Connar Klock||Artistic Director, QTK|
|Kayde Moore||Administrative Assistant|