Naked: What Women and Their Bodies Represent To America

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.