Monday July 25th 8pm Everyday Afroplay @ The Bushwick Starr Reading Series - Curator’s Edition

What color are you right now? How far can blackness stretch? Across a body? Across time? Dark Skinned Beings are solitary figures or animated objects sermonizing, eulogizing and questioning history - personal history, family history, world history. These beings are bodies in time/of time changing color in the light. If a being transformed right before your eyes, is its’ former self still real?  

Everyday Afroplay creates a framework for a theatrical exploration of blackness in short bursts. The directors who are breathing a little life into the first ever Everyday Afroplay Party are :  Anne Cecelia Haney, Dara Malina, Jolene Noelle, Kat Yen, Mitchel Civello, Shaun P Tubbs, and Tatiana Pandiani 

Readings are always at 8pm, and are always FREE!

The Starr Reading Series is a way for us to expand our community while
we celebrate and explore the plays of the city’s most exciting
playwrights. In four Seasons, we have featured the work of a diverse
group of writers at all stages of their careers who are approaching
writing for the theater in thrilling and unexpected ways.

The 2016-17 series is curated by William Burke, Daaimah Mubashshir, and John Del Gaudio

Questions for our curators? Email them at

The Bushwick Starr
207 Starr Street - Brooklyn, NY

Take the L Train to Jefferson Street
Exit front of train
Walk against traffic on Starr Street
We’re 1/2 a block on the right
(approx. 20 minutes from Manhattan)

The Starr Reading Series is made possible in part by support from The Dramatists Guild Fund

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