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Next Gen Playwrights: Beyond the Struggle is the title of True Colors Theatre Company’s next virtual Community Conversation. Playwright/author Pearl Cleage moderates a livestreamed discussion with playwrights Paris Crayton III, Suehyla El-Attar and Dana Stringer at 7 p.m. Saturday (November 21). It will focus on narratives being shaped by playwrights who are Black, Indigenous or people of color. Presented in partnership with Working Title Playwrights. Free. Register HERE.
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The comedy Bright Lights & Bold Patterns opens a three-night virtual run on Friday (November 20) at Out Front Theatre, a company that does work for LGBTQ+ audiences and allies. The one-person show will be available through Sunday (November 22). Blake Fountain plays Gerry, in Palm Springs for the wedding of friends. He becomes furious with invitation instructions that read: “Please refrain from wearing bright colors or bold patterns.” The script comes from Drew Droege and was a New York Times’ Critic’s Pick. Artistic director Paul Conroy directs. $15. Go HERE.
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The one-woman show, Mami Confessions, opens a virtual run Friday (November 20) at The show is written and performed by Lorraine Rodríguez-Reyes, who plays 10 fierce, funny, protective, loving, sad, joyous, proud, unapologetic, remorseful, provocative and amazing moms. It’s part of the company’s Our Stage Onscreen series. Available through December 6. $20. Go HERE.
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