Agnes in Green
This hyper-naturalistic play traces the life of a transgender boy, Agnes, as he works toward a photography scholarship to pay for college. Personal affairs impede him again and again, and family and friends alike clash over their ideals of love, selfishness, happiness, and home. Agnes in Green is a story for anyone who has ever had incurable problems with those they love and is one which urges you to answer what being alive really means to you.
This production contains strong language, physical violence, references to self-harm, and suicide ideation.
|the barber||Ellis Fontana|
|Stage Manager||Olivia Leslie|
|Lighting Designer||Dante Benjegerdes|
Tickets for Workshops are free of charge; however, you must obtain a ticket at the door and seating is limited.
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