New York City
Horizons Theatre launches its 30th Season with Still Going Solo, a showcase of four compelling one-woman shows, performed in repertory, that explore the mind, body, spirit and voice of womanhood.
Bulletins from Fatland
By Selley Herman Gillon
This darkly funny, poignant and occasionally shocking play features Caren Anton channeling, among others, a female sumo wrestler, an African American pastor, an East London housewife, and a Big Easy waitress – all struggling with body image, acceptance, redemption and the dreaded word “fat.”
By Kumani Gantt and Vanessa Thomas
Using stories excavated from the back pages of the newspapers and interviews with women from all walks, this play examines the intersection of spirituality and sexuality as it lives in women’s bodies. The results are both divine and profane as the characters portrayed by Thomas strive to reconcile the conflict between God, sex, and life.
Deep Thoughts and Dark Chocolate: Musings from the Road of Life
Terri Allen’s cabaret show uses the rhythmic melody and poetry of songs from contemporary artists to explore the challenges of life, love, and loss in the modern woman’s world and searches for the inspiration we must find within ourselves in order to keep moving on.
Co-Written by Marian Licha and R. Dennis Green
Marian Licha stars as legendary Mexican artist Frida Kahlo as she instructs a master class in painting. In Kahlo’s art class, the first lesson becomes the final lesson; death can be life and vice-versa. In spite of physical pain and a philandering husband, Frida inspires her students to live life with passion.
Performance days and times vary. For a complete schedule, please visit Horizons Theatre.
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