Naked: What Women and Their Bodies Represent To America

Tickets: HERE

Unprecedented bonds occur when two slave women are forced to submit to their master and mistress' sexual advances. Naked is an ode to black women and a call for intersectional feminist.

Written by: Clinnesha D. Sibley
Directed by: Maydé Alpi

Raya Rutherford - Anne
Alicia Buxton - Mistress
Lynne Michelle - Silla

Thursday August 31st @ 7pm
Friday September 1st @ 7pm
Runtime: TBD

McAlpin Hall
The Center at West Park
165 W 86th Street, New York, NY 10024

Tickets are $10 online, $15 at the door

The Joust Workshop Series: An Examination of Identity is a series of four new plays that explore identity, belonging, and the responsibility we have to raise our unique voices amidst adversity. Our workshops are a hybrid of staged readings and full productions - there will be scripts in hands but ultimately it will be as close to a fully realized play as possible. This process will prioritize the playwright and his specific aims to create a production that starts to solve the physical problems of how you create the sense of a revolution on stage.