On today’s podcast, I give the microphone to Founding and Managing Director, Gabriela Sanchez, Artistic Director, Erlina Ortiz and Resident Director, Asaki Kuruma. Meet Power Street Theatre Company. Coming up, #NewWorldMatriarchy, Womyn of Color Love Slam. This multi-cultural group is unapologetically fierce and brings the community together with themes that are all to familiar. Stay Tuned!
ABOUT POWER STREET THEATRE COMPANY
Power Street Theatre Company (PSTC) is home to a collective of fierce multicultural and multidisciplinary artists dedicated to the mission of empowering marginalized artists and communities of color throughout Philadelphia and beyond.
On today’s podcast, I caught up with Terrell Green whose remount of his one-man show, “Must Go On: A Rite of Passage” kicks off a new year. From, struggles with addiction to yoga sessions, the production takes a look back in an attempt to resonate, educate in a quest to find a safe space. Stay Tuned.
Local Artist Uses Theatre To Create Community Dialogue on the State of Mental Health in the Black LGBTQ Community
Local Artist Terrell M. Green is utilizing theatre in a new and innovative way; as a means to create community conversations about the Black Gay Male experience. Must Go On (#MGO) uses yoga, African-dance influenced movement, spoken word/monologue performance, video projection, and music to examine the health and wellness of Black Gay Men, while fighting for their identities to be accepted. Must Go On: A Rite of Passage, is a one man show, written and performed by Terrell Green. This is it’s third public performance.There will be a post show community conversation explore the direct link between identity inclusion and it’s impact on one’s mental/physical wellness.