Written and directed by Brandon J. Simmons
July 31 – August 22, Thurs-Sat at 8 pm
PWYC Preview: July 30
PWYC Industry Night: August 10
Opening Night: July 31
Free Lecture Series Aug 6, 14, 20
What happens to white privilege when there are no more black people?
Annex Theatre invites you to the town of Mini-Salt-Lake-in-the-Nort
“Is She Dead Yet?” updates Euripides’ tragicomedy “Alcestis”—about a young wife who sacrifices herself to save her husband from death—into an absurd exploration of American whiteness. In this adaptation, the young wife turns out to be the last black person on earth, and her sacrifice will render the planet entirely white.
Written and directed by Brandon J. Simmons, with music by Christen Audio Group, choreography by Noah Duffy and featuring the talents of Page Clark, Hannah Victoria Franklin, Soren Gillaspy, Yesenia Iglesias, Alex Matthews, Dani Suder, Shane Regan, Carol Thompson, Tom Wisely and John Wray.
Don’t miss this topical, hysterical, “white comedy”!
“…a vitally important drama for all of us at this very distressing time in American race relations…It is about the human condition, about justice and equality, about racial arrogance and insensitivity, about love and how it defines everything that matters in our individual lives…it’s the best locally written play that I’ve seen this year. Don’t let it get past you.” – Seattle Actor
|Alex Matthews||Adam Brad|
|Hannah Victoria Franklin||Auntie/Klea|
|John Wray||Old Adam|
|Stage Manager||Maureen Webb|
|Lighting Designer||Ryan Dunn|
|Set Designer||Keny Dutton|
|Original Music and Sound Design||Christen Audio Group|
|Props Designers||Keny Dutton and Adam Zopfi-Hulse|
|Costume Designer||Adam Zopfi-Hulse|
|Dance Captain||Yesenia Iglesias|
|Technical Director||Ian Johnston|
|Production Managers||Katie McKellar and Noelle Wilcox|
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