CROOKED PARTS: Save the Date!
I’ve returned to Texas and I’m coming to you, dear readers, with exciting news. CROOKED PARTS is coming to a town near you! Well, it is if you live somewhere near Austin, TX.
CROOKED PARTS is the coming of age story of a 12-year-old African American girl named Winifred. As wildly imaginative Winifred starts the school year off at a brand new school, she begins to explore how her hair affects the way that her peers see her and the way that she sees herself. Ultimately, Winifred must decide what she’s willing to give up in order to fit in.
CROOKED PARTS by Azure D. Osborne-Lee
Directed by Feliz Dia McDonald
September 17th and 18th at 8pm
Utopia Theatre in the School of Social Work, UT Campus
1925 San Jacinto Boulevard
Austin, TX 78712
Tickets: General Admission $10, Students $8 (with ID)
Not going to be in town, but still want to take part? Not to worry! You can make a contribution. I’m accepting donations to help with the cost of producing CROOKED PARTS.
As some of you may remember, an excerpt of CROOKED PARTS was featured at Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX) as part of Black and White: Performing the Personal/Political back in January. I’m thrilled that the world premiere of CP will take place in a city so close to my heart. Advance tickets are available now online. We’ll not charge you a penny more for admission at the door, but we will be accepting cash only. I’ll see you there!