Five Short Pieces:
THE UNSPOKEN 200
Written by Ehinomen Okojie
On the night of 14–15 April 2014, 276 female students were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State, Nigeria. Till this day 195 are still missing!
Save The Date
Written by Caity-Shea Violette
Hours from her wedding, Andrea meets her estranged lover in their park. A tug-of-war between passion and timing, they explore the expiration date of "the one that got away".
Written by Kita Mehaffy
When Andréa, down on her luck, sees Alex in the park early one Sunday morning, she hopes to find the humanity in a woman who had previously looked right through her. Andréa even tries to prompt her as to their previous face-to-face, but to no avail. Alex only sees what she wants to see while Andréa responds with the agitated violence of frustration. Andréa can't help it. Sometimes being invisible wears on a girl.
Written by Jaisey Bates
Combines before 'the worst shooting in u.s. history,' 'they were dancing,' and 'i had a dream but now i'm woke'. Why these words: Summer 2016 waking horror dreams led to this gathering of words in support of mutual healing, strengthened community and positive change. That we might build with our joined words an enduring shelter from such storms. That we might write a new story worthy of our children, our children's children. That we might learn, in the precious few moments we are gifted, to walk together in beauty this beloved ground.
A 1 minute scene addressing violence in schools.
- $8.00 General Admission
- $6.00 GCC Alumni
- $5.00 Staff/Senior 55+
- $3.00 Student
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