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An Evening With Mary-Mitchell Campbell and Friends is a gala event in support of Transport Group Theatre Company. It will honor Campbell, a multitalented, Drama Desk Award-winning orchestrator and music director, with the Transporting American Theatre Award. This prize is given annually in recognition of remarkable contributions to American theater. Performers scheduled to appear to pay tribute to Mary-Mitchell Campbell include Kristin Chenoweth, Tituss Burgess, Raúl Esparza, Jonathan Groff, Debra Monk, and Sierra Boggess.
Cow. Slob. Pig. How many insults can you hear before you stand up and defend the woman you love? Tom faces just that question when he falls for Helen, a bright, funny, sexy young woman who also happens to be plus-sized. Forced to explain his new relationship to his friends who think that size does matter, Tom faces an impossible choice in Fat Pig.
Playwright Neil LaBute directs this one-night-only reading of his own work. The reading will be led by Chrissy Metz, a recent Golden Globe Award nominee for her role in NBC's This Is Us. Its proceeds will benefit the education and playwright development programs at MCC Theater, where LaBute is the Playwright-in-Residence.
Thoughts of a Colored Man on a Day When the Sun Set Too Early is written and conceived by Keenan Scott II and follows the stories of eight young men as they try to find their identity in a world that told them they should conform. Through poetry and prose-style monologues using vernacular birthed from the hip-hop generation, this play provides a raw view of heart-wrenching subjects that plague us all. Choreographing this benefit workshop production are Jenny Parsinen (Allegiance) and celebrated star of stage and screen Taye Diggs.