The Black and Brown Guerrillas: A Manifesto a new play by Christin Eve Cato
Towards the end of 2020, after several fatal #BLM protests, a series of terrorizing police brutality incidents, and a global pandemic: the streets of New York City were full of poverty and anarchy. Several areas of NYC were full of crime because the NYPD no longer entered them. Protests became more and more dangerous for unarmed civilians. The unemployment rate was so devastating that many New Yorkers (and people all over the USA) were in massive amounts of debt/went bankrupt/had their homes foreclosed, and struggled for food and shelter. Evaristo & Keisha, along with some of their Black & Latino comrades, organized together to establish law and order in their communities. This group was called the Black & Brown Guerrillas (The BBG). This play is a manifesto for the modern revolution. The BBG is a look into how the revolution of the people would play out today. It is experimental in form and theory. It’s a play that showcases real change and leaves us with hope.
Waycross a new radio play by Jayne Deely
Lee is a CIA asset, assigned to the nation’s riskiest and most vital missions. Nadia Rachnamninov is her arch-enemy, close on her tail through every mission from Mauritius to Minsk. At this point, she’s the closest thing Lee has to a friend, unless you count CIA Director Skybell, who seems to live in Lee’s earpiece. Lee is unflappable. No mission too dangerous. A well-trained machine. But when she finds herself charged with the task of infiltrating a community theatre in Georgia under cover as something called a dramaturg (gesundheit), she has never been more in over her head. The clock’s ticking, every second bringing the town closer to potential destruction, and opening night. A play about finding heroes where you least expect them.
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