past performance

Produced by Phoenix Theatre Ensemble

CELEBRATING ADRIENNE KENNEDY
A PLAYWRIGHT’S DREAMS IN BLACK, WHITE & COLOR

DIRECTED BY BIL WRIGHT & LYDIA FORT

A tribute to Ms. Kennedy with scenes from her provocative and passionate plays followed by a talk back with David Willinger, Lydia Fort & Bil Wright

From the explosive Funnyhouse of a Negro (1964) to The Owl Answers (1965) to A Rat’s Mass (1966) to A Movie Star has to Star in Black and White (1976) to The Ohio State Murders, Adrienne Kennedy has been an incredible groundbreaker—-bringing her unique voice to the dreams and nightmares of race and gender.

Learn More: http://www.phoenixtheatreensemble.org/celebrating-adrienne-kennedy/

upcoming performances

FRESH FRUIT FESTIVAL

July 10-23
Theatre Throwdown
Amelia Earhart Day Edition

July 24
Chris Duffy's You Get A Spoon!

July 27
Seasoned: World Premiere

July 29
New York No Limits Film Series: Short Film Event

August 17
the Current Sessions: Volume VII: On Resistance

August 18 & 20
East Village Queer Film Festival (EVQ)

August 21-26
Cherry Picking 17: Hive Mind

August 28-29
Resistance

August 2017
In a Little Room

September 9 - 24

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