entrapping; the world tries to contain her
blackShow* times / Trinity / Studio
Thurs. June 7 - 7 pm
Fri. June 8 - 9:45 pm
Sat. June 9 - 2 pm and 6 pm
Mon. June 11 - 8 pm
Wed. June 13 - 7 pm
Thurs. June 14 - 9 pm
Fri. June 15 - 8 pm
Sat. June 16 - 4pm and 8pm
*Shows not wheelchair accessible
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Watch 6 ten-minute plays in one show.
The blackShow includes the following plays (no intermission and quick set changes between plays):
Digital Divide by Meny Beriro
Pants by Rebecca Becket Grace
High School Intifada by Cary Gitter
Cornered by Carol Libman
Meet the Author by David Susman
Two Girls by Allie Costa
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digital divide by meny beriro
When a computer geek encounters the perfect woman, he realizes virtual reality is no match for real life.
Director: Jeffrey Kennes
High school intifada by cary gitter
Sixteen-year-old Rivvy's been called to Principal Miller's office for "online bullying." But is it really because she's anti-Israel? A sharp, funny battle of wills.
Director: Todd Colley
pants by taylor hatch
A zipped-up comedy about a wife whose grip on work is as tight as her pants, and her husband, who prefers boxers.
Director: Rebecca Becket Grace
Cornered by carol libman
Every time Cassie passes the corner, she knows she's being watched by an older woman.
Director: Della Golland
Meet the author by david susman
What could possibly ruin a budding romance? A literary disagreement.
Director: Susan Loncar
Two girls by allie costa
In this haunting and poetic "duologue", two women emerge from a violent attack.
Director: Julia Rowland