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Lava Alapai Artist
Lava is originally from Okinawa, Japan, and grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she learned and fell in love with Bunraku puppetry, theater, and photography. She graduated with an M.F.A ...
Paulina, the reigning Queen Bee at Ghana's most exclusive boarding school, has her sights set on the Miss Ghana pageant. But the arrival of Ericka (a new student with undeniable talent, beauty, and light skin) captures the attention of the pageant recruiter — and nearly topples the social order of Paulina’s hive-minded friends. Jocelyn Bioh's biting comedy explores the challenges facing teenage girls across the globe and cautions that while beauty may be only skin deep, its pursuit can cut much deeper.
Meet the cast and creative team for School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play.
Renaissance: Technically invites audiences to climb inside the window of technology as we spin our way into digital storytelling. This project is the first step in an ongoing experiment that strives to blur the edges between the digital world and real life, and investigate the very process of creating and experiencing art. Nine dynamic artists — including poets, musicians, dancers, actors, and visual artists — have come together to devise this virtual theater event. Join us for a multifaceted journey in progress, with a choose-your-own-adventure twist.
"As a young girl, there was so much I didn’t understand about what was being imposed on me about beauty ideals." The playwright of School Girls lends some insight into her brilliantly funny and poignantly revealing new play.
Josie Seid on the Creative Team:
“We have visual artists, we have musicians, we have poets, we have people who dance, we have actors, we have singers — so anything can happen. When you get that kind of juice in the room, and all those different kinds of lenses, you have this glorious kaleidoscope of work that’s going to happen.”
Project 1 Voice/1 Play/1 Day June 20, 2016
We asked members of the cast and the director if they would share some thoughts and experiences with colorism in their own lives. Here are a selection of their responses.
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