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The Shipment

Presented by SpeakEasy Theatre

Written by Young Jean Lee, directed by Omari Newton, starring Carl Kennedy, Kiomi Pyke, Chris Francisque, Adrian Neblett, Andrew Creightney

The New York Times says ““Cultural images of black America are tweaked, pulled and twisted like Silly Putty in “The Shipment,” a subversive, seriously funny new theater piece”. Theatre Mania calls The Shipment “An insightful piece about black identity politics that is daring, provocative, and very, very funny.”

In THE SHIPMENT, Lee uses her razor-sharp and unsettling humor to upend the surface stereotypes and tropes of African Americans that permeate our media, entertainment industry, and the dominant culture (aka White-framed) narrative. Audiences are confronted with clichés, distortions, and brilliant sleights of hand that force us to go beyond the lampoon and shift the lens through which we perceive race in order to confront our own bias.

WHEN
November 22, 2017 at 8pm - December 02, 2017
WHERE
Cultch Culture Lab
1895 Venables St
Vancouver, BC V5L 2H6
Canada
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