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45

45 minutes of crowd-sourced reflection, ranting, and a touch of chaos inspired by the 45th president.  Of course, it’s about so much more than just him, so join us as we explore the wide reaching impact of recent history.

 

Conceived, curated and directed by Pamela Bulu

Performed by: Troy Brooks, Newton Brophy, Linda Edmundo, Talia Fish

Stage Managed by: Dylan Gellet


 

Written by:

Jeff Andersen

Troy Padraic Brooks

Newton Brophy

Rachael Carnes

Abram Despain

Clareann Despain

Linda Edmundo

Talia Fish

Noreen Maier

Kevin Michael Wesson 

Scenes from the Outcast

Drawn on the real life experiences of the ensemble, Scenes from the Outcast examines what it means to exist at the margins. Using the techniques of Theatre of the Oppressed, Outcast has created a bill of provocative short plays sure to leave you thinking about what it means to be outcast.


 

Short Pieces include:

 

Tambien Soy Latina directed by Linda Edmundo

The Food Court directed by Linda Edmundo

Unfair - a sneak peek at our collaboration with the Andrew Joseph Foundation directed by Troy Brooks

Stealthcare directed by Troy Brooks

Covid y Cultura directed by Coky Aguilera

Money Matters directed by Lillián Almodovar

 

Featuring the Outcast ensemble and special guests Lance Felton, Joshua Goff, and Ellen Taylor.

INTERVIEWS WITH THE ARTISTS

Meet Pamela Bulu, curator of 45.

45 minutes of crowd-sourced reflection, ranting, and a touch of chaos inspired by the outgoing 45th president.

With direction from artist Pamela Bulu, the Outcast ensemble performs the contributions of:

Jeff Andersen
Troy Padraic Brooks

Newton Brophy
Rachael Carnes
Abram Despain
Clareann Despain
Linda Edmundo
Talia Fish
Noreen Maier
Kevin Michael Wesson

Meet Outcast Theatre Collective talking Scenes from the Outcast.

Drawn on the real life experiences of the ensemble, Scenes from the Outcast examines what it means to exist at the margins. Using the techniques of Theatre of the Oppressed, Outcast has created a bill of provocative short plays sure to leave you thinking about what it means to be outcast.

This evening will also include a sneak peek at a scene from Outcast’s collaboration with The Andrew Joseph III Memorial Foundation.

Meet Julliette Moore, author of A Conversation with Myself.

A Conversation with Myself depicts a young trans woman’s struggle to free her true self from the prison of the closet only to discover that the closet is the very thing that has protected her. It is a nuanced look at what it means for transgender people to find themselves and find their place in the world.

 All proceeds go to the artists.

Based on the real life experiences of Outcast ensemble member, Julliette Moore, A Conversation with Myself depicts a young neurodivergent trans woman’s struggle to come out to not just her friends, but herself.

 

Due to Covid, this performance has been captured as an ad hoc home movie. The actors filmed from separate locations on their own cameras to create this innovative piece.

 

**Content warning: mental illness, involuntary hospitalization, suicidal ideation, drug use.