Written by Kamaria Hallums-Harris
Directed by Sadiqua Iman
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Feb 14 – Mar 1
Industry Night: Febuary 27
Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 7:30pm
At 17, Luna is coming to terms with the harsh reality of what it means to be a young, black, queer woman in America. It’s hard to find the words to claim her identity and to claim her right to love and be loved. Waning uses dance, discovery, and dark truths to show that the words on the pages of history books are nothing compared to weight of reality.
CONTENT WARNING: This play contains strong themes, including descriptive language about abortion and depictions of violence towards women in the pre-Civil Rights era of the USA.
Danela Butler as Luna
N. S. Ahmed as Indu
Ben Symons as Ravi
Kamaria Hallums-Harris as Leuanna
Dramaturg: Marquicia Domingue
Production Manager: Andrew Hunter
Stage Manager: Wendy Blackwood
Sound Designer: Ben Symons
Lighting Designer: Brian Dang
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Tags: Andrew Hunter, Ben Symons, Brian Dang, Danela Butler, Kamaria Hallums-Harris, Marquicia Domingue, N. S. Ahmed, Sadiqua Iman, Wendy Blackwood
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