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BETWEEN THE TWO HUMPS
by HALLEY FEIFFER
directed by TRIP CULLMAN
Joseph and Mary are at each other’s throats. Giving birth to the Messiah is, like, important and stuff but is it worth this trek to Bethlehem through the desert on a camel? Are we there yet?
MCC Theater, in association with The Parsnip Ship and Business Lunch Productions, will present This Is Where We Go, a six-part radio play podcast developed with The Parsnip Ship’s Radio Roots Writers Group. MCC’s first commission looks closer at the different ways that theater can be created and produced and was inspired by the Octavia Butler quote “All that you touch / You Change. / All that you Change / Changes you. / The only lasting truth / Is Change. / God is Change.”
The Radio Roots Writers Group includes Amara Brady, Jessie Rivera DeBruin, Gina Femia, and Nina Ki. The series will be directed by Tamilla Woodard.
VIRTUAL AND IN-PERSON PRODUCTIONS
by NICK BLAEMIRE, VAN HUGHES
directed by TINA LANDAU
by JOCELYN BIOH
directed by SAHEEM ALI
It’s the 1990s and in Lagos, Nigeria, the NOLLYWOOD film industry is exploding and taking the world by storm. Ayamma dreams of stardom while working at her parents’ travel agency alongside her lovable and celebrity-obsessed sister Dede. When Ayamma lands an audition for a new film by Gbenga Ezie, Nigeria’s hottest director, she comes head-to-head with Gbenga’s former leading lady, Fayola. Tensions flare just as sparks start flying between Ayamma, the aspiring ingénue, and Wale, Nollywood’s biggest heartthrob, in this hilarious new play about dreaming big.
by DONJA R. LOVE
directed by WHITNEY WHITE
Flowers are magically in bloom—in Mr. Isaiah’s classroom, in the halls of the correctional boarding school where he teaches, and in the depths of his students’ imaginations. After one boy dies by suicide, Mr. Isaiah struggles to figure out how to save the Black and Brown boys he teaches from a world that tries to crush their softness.
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