Wednesday, April 14, 2010



Junebug Productions Presents


A Free Southern Theater Institute Original Production

Thursday, April 15, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
Saturday, April 17, 2010

Ashé Cultural Arts Center
1712 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.

TICKETS: $7.00 ($5 students/seniors/artists) - Available at the Door

Conceived, Written and Performed by

Chelsea Bolds, Donna Crump, Lauren Elliott, Benjamin-David Legrand, Estilla Lightfoot, Josh Lipkowitz, Michelle Perez, Carl Prey, Tiel Rainelli, Brea Robinson, Maferima "True" Sanogo, Ivana Staiti, Dana Webb

Designed and Directed by Kiyoko McCrae, Hannah Adams and Kelly Jacques

Artistic Direction by John O'Neal

Where Do You Come From?
Encounters with family, authority, education and media all shape one's moral framework and sense of self in significant ways. How do the messages we receive serve to perpetuate stereotypes and cement systems of power and privilege? And how can we resist racism, classism, and sexism to assert our own unique identities and values? This Pen is Red explores the tension between the world as we know it and the world we envision.

This production contains mature subject matter and language.

If you have any questions, please contact Junebug Productions at (504) 577-0732.

This production was created during the Free Southern Theater Institute (FSTI) 12-week course, FROM COMMUNITY TO STAGE: Introduction to Community Arts, co-taught by Kiyoko McCrae (Community Engagement Director), John O'Neal (Artistic Director) and Kelly Jacques (Teaching Assistant) of Junebug Productions. The FSTI is a community-based, university-affiliated, multi-generational cultural training laboratory for artists and activists seeking to advance progressive social change through the arts.


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