ZHE: [noun] Undefined

ZHE: [noun] undefined

ZHE: [noun] Undefined

Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 8:00 p.m.
Friday, January 11, 2013 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 8:00 p.m.

Firehouse Theatre Project (1609 West Broad Street)

A Collective Artistes production
created by Chuck Mike, Antonia Kemi Coker, and Tonderai Munyebvu
directed by Chuck Mike

Zhe’ (pronounced zee) is a gender-neutral pronoun – not he or she. Based on the true-life stories of the two performers, this “immensely moving, funny and courageous” piece of theatre follows the lives of two British Africans living at the crossroads of culture, nationality, gender and sexuality. Traveling from idyllic Harare, Zimbabwe to London’s gritty inner city; from the playfulness of childhood to the pain of adolescence; from the desire for forgiveness to self-acceptance, this humorous yet haunting drama encompasses the multiplicity of our cultural, gender and sexual identities and takes a fresh look at what makes us who we are.

Join the Modlin Center and the Firehouse Theatre Project for post-show panel discussions following each performance.  Panelists include:

Ted Lewis, Associate Director of Common Ground for LGBTQ Campus Life at University of Richmond
Afton Bradley, ROSMY

Philip Crosby, Managing Director, Richmond Triangle Players
Lee Steube, ROSMY

DL Hopkins, Artistic Director, African American Repertory Theatre
Afton Bradley, ROSMY

Sponsored in part by African American Repertory TheatreRichmond Triangle Players, andSycamore Rouge.

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