A Co-Production by
Cahoots Theatre & Obsidian Theatre
October 14-November 5, 2017
Tue-Sat @ 8:00PM
Sun @ 2:00PM
in Aki Studio
by Amanda Parris
Directed by Nigel Shawn Williams
Amanda’s kinetic political script gives voice to black women who support their men and live with a ride-or-die philosophy. Set in contemporary Toronto, as well as during the black civil rights movement, the play intersects these shifts in time with a prison waiting room, where the women are forever waiting.
Set & Props Design by Joanna Yu
Costume Design by Rachel Forbes
Lighting Design by Kaitlin Hickey
Sound Design by Verne Good
Choreography by Jasmyn Fyffe
Dramaturgy by Marjorie Chan
Production Management by Laura Warren
Stage Management by Neha Ross
Peter Bailey, Shakura Dickson, Virgilia Griffith, Ryan Rosery,
and Ordena Stephens-Thompson
ASL Deaf-Interpreted Performance will be available
Friday October 20th at 8 PM.
Deaf Community Consultant: Symara Bonner
Deaf Interpreters: Samreen Aziz, Charlene Malone
ASL/English Interpreters: Tara Lee Everett, Erin Fremlin
Running time is approximately 90 minutes.
There is no intermission.
Regular Tickets $37
Arts Worker & Students $25
All taxes and ticket fees are included.
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Cahoots Theatre investigates and examines the complexities of diversity through the creation and production of new theatre works, development of professional artists and the engagement of communities. More Info
Obsidian Theatre is Canada’s leading culturally specific theatre company. Their threefold mission is to produce plays, to develop playwrights and to train emerging theatre professionals. Obsidian is passionately dedicated to the exploration, development, and production of the Black voice. More Info