|African Roots||Author Events(fp)||Comedy|
|Performance Art||Spoken Word/ Poetry||Storytelling(fp)|
Ryan J. Haddad will charm your pants off in this irresistible one-man show about navigating gay bars and Grindr in search of love.
At 38-years-old, a black German woman makes a chilling discovery about a dark family secret: her grandfather was Amon Goeth, a sadistic Nazi concentration camp commandant. Hear Jennifer Teege’s shocking true story as she reads from her internationally best selling memoir: My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me.
In this one-woman show by author and award-winning storyteller Nimisha Ladva, get ready to experience what happens when the rules of "where you're from" and "where you want to be," compete and collapse in humorous, humbling, and dangerous ways.
Puppeteer and political satirist Paul Zaloom (Beakman’s World) leads a cast of action figures, toy cars, busted dolls, and other weird junk to tell the story of the “archetypical” White Man and his universe.
Through storytelling, clowning, and physical theater, journey with Dacyl Acevedo as she holds tight to her dream of employment, and her determination to survive the economic crash.
In her frantic and funny pursuit of balance, Charlotte Bydwell navigates the complexities of contemporary womanhood through dance and theater.
In celebration of the release of his second collection of essays, Dave Hill Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Dave delivers a night of stand-up and storytelling on such topics as life, death, physical fitness, Mexican prison, that one time a homeless man drenched him from head to toe in urine, and much, much more.
On this historically nail-biting day, watch the numbers come in live from the First Person Arts Festival! Featuring burlesque troupe Agitated and live music by The Hopefuls.