Write it Out! Final Sharing
World AIDS Day, December 1st at 7pm EST
Presented by Donja R. Love, in partnership with National Queer Theater, The Lark, MOBI, and The Each-Other Project.
Write it Out! is a 10-week free virtual playwriting workshop for artists living with HIV. Creator Donja R. Love is an Afro-Queer HIV-positive, award-winning playwright, and arts educator. Love led intensive workshops designed to challenge, as well as support, 12 emerging artists as they find their unique voices and navigate through their status. Join us for a final sharing of playwrights' short plays, read by professional actors.
The final sharing will take place on Zoom, RSVP for free below!
Luciérnagas by Jessie Rivera DeBruin Virtual Workshop
November 20th, 7pm EST
LUCIÉRNAGAS is a play about intangible inheritances: When Mal’s grandmother dies, she inherits a mysterious cabin in the woods, is reunited with her estranged mother Silvia, and meets a bioluminescent child living in the walls. Together, they parse through possessions, secrets, and family dynamics, over a weekend they won’t soon forget.
This free workshop, directed by Carlos Armesto, will premiere on Friday, November 20th at 7pm ET (4pm PT).
Produced in partnership with The Parsnip Ship.
(The Untitled) Lindsey Graham Halloween Spooktacular
Oct. 31st and Nov. 1st
What does a drag queen in quarantine and a certain South Carolina senator have in common? Starved for the touch of a man!
(The Untitled) Lindsey Graham Halloween Spooktacular is a live drag experience hosted by Nancy Nogood and directed by Dmitri Barcomi. There will be two low-risk indoor performances on each night at Arts on Site in the West Village. Masks, social distancing, and costumes are required! The venue is limited to 15 audience members per performance, so get your tickets soon! If you can't make it in person, the 8:30pm show on the 31st will be live-streamed!