Helen Keller and Me by Sarah Bowden
Jul
21
8:30 PM20:30

Helen Keller and Me by Sarah Bowden

This monologue will explore American exceptionalism in relationship to disability and performance. Helen Keller performed on vaudeville, and was always asked to play cheerfulness in the face of adversity. As a deaf woman, I want to examine and critique how we perceive Keller and discuss hearing loss in contemporary America.

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Bible Study by Kyle Whalen
Jul
21
3:45 PM15:45

Bible Study by Kyle Whalen

A loving but sedate Bible study group made up of young professionals meets once a week. This week, a nervous newcomer reveals he has a strange, unearthly ailment. Sensing the group loves each other, he asks if they will try to heal him—dividing the group on how best to proceed.

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(un)DOCUMENTED by Marissa Lichwick
Jul
21
12:30 PM12:30

(un)DOCUMENTED by Marissa Lichwick

An undocumented Harvard grad, an Iraqi refugee, and a Korean American mother unexpectedly collide in a customs holding cell, but the buried secrets of their past must be unearthed for the three women to make their way home. (un)DOCUMENTED explores the current climate of deportation and our tenuous civil liberties.

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Helen Keller and Me by Sarah Bowden
Jul
20
8:45 PM20:45

Helen Keller and Me by Sarah Bowden

This monologue will explore American exceptionalism in relationship to disability and performance. Helen Keller performed on vaudeville, and was always asked to play cheerfulness in the face of adversity. As a deaf woman, I want to examine and critique how we perceive Keller and discuss hearing loss in contemporary America.

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Bible Study by Kyle Whalen
Jul
19
8:30 PM20:30

Bible Study by Kyle Whalen

A loving but sedate Bible study group made up of young professionals meets once a week. This week, a nervous newcomer reveals he has a strange, unearthly ailment. Sensing the group loves each other, he asks if they will try to heal him—dividing the group on how best to proceed.

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(un)DOCUMENTED by Marissa Lichwick
Jul
19
7:00 PM19:00

(un)DOCUMENTED by Marissa Lichwick

An undocumented Harvard grad, an Iraqi refugee, and a Korean American mother unexpectedly collide in a customs holding cell, but the buried secrets of their past must be unearthed for the three women to make their way home. (un)DOCUMENTED explores the current climate of deportation and our tenuous civil liberties.

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