June 10, 2010

In which officious staged reading memo is officious

Tulpa, or Anne&Me is a full-length, quasi-autobiographical full-length play that confronts the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality through pop culture, womanism, and Tibetan mysticism.

If Anne Hathaway crawls out of your TV, what would you do? What would you talk about? What fears, hopes, desires, and resentments would emerge? How would you reach across a thorny and painful history to connect with each other as human beings?

Raw, intimate, and unapologetic, Tulpa, or Anne&Me begins the conversation about race that Black women and White women have never been allowed to have. Until now.

WHAT: Staged reading of "Tulpa, or Anne&Me," written by Shawn C. Harris and directed by Keri Seymour.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 23 at 8pm.
WHERE: WOW Cafe Theatre. 59-61 E. 4th Street, 4th floor.
HOW MUCH: Free! Although a $5 donation would be highly appreciated. Refreshments available for purchase.
HOW LONG: about 2 hours. There will be a brief intermission, but this is not Lord of the Rings or Angels in America.

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