Written by Jocelyn Bioh, Directed by Margo Hall, Prod. by SF Playhouse It’s the nineties in Lagos, and aspiring ingenue Ayamma yearns for the glitz and glamor of movie stardom, landing an audition with Nollywood’s hottest director seeking a fresh face. Between fights with the resident diva and igniting sparks with Nigeria’s “Sexiest Man Born,” …


In The Red and Brown Water

In the Red and Brown Water

By Tarell Alvin McCraneyDirected by Margo Hall October 13–16, 2022Zellerbach Playhouse, Berkeley, CA A spirited, young runner with a promising future, Oya is faced with an impossible choice: stay home to care for her ailing mother or follow her dreams of becoming a track star. Caught between expectations and desires, loyalty and passion, Oya must …

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Scotty Hard

In the summer of 1988, Scotty Hard, a native of Vancouver, Canada, heard the first rebellious wails of saxophone on P.E.’s “Rebel Without A Pause,” permanently altering his destiny. After a 10 year engagement with the punk and alternative scene in Vancouver, Scotty packed his bags and moved to New York City determined to participate …

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Jay Rodriguez

Jay Rodriguez is a Grammy Nominated Saxophonist, Flautist, Clarinetist, Film Composer, Producer, and Arranger.

Down Low Connection

The Boston Hip-Hop scene of the 1990s was a microcosm of the “Hip-Hop Generation” – Rooted in the Black community, The DLC was a multicultural intersectional community that protested structural inequality, posed timeless questions of philosophy & religion, & promoted abstract poetry as high art.

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