Jazz’n Class

Jazz'n Class

Jazz’n Class

Synopsis

‘A meditation which explores her relationship with her daughter, Jessie Montgomery.’ “It deals with aesthetics and politics and race and class,” says Meehan of McCauley’s piece.

Collaborators

  • Jessie Montgomery
  • Magdalena Gómez and Kate Snodgrass – two of the three performers in the Sleeping Weazel festival, “Badass,”
  • Artistic director of Sleeping Weazel, Charlotte Meehan

Performances

2015

  • March 5-7, 12-14 Sleeping Weazel festival, “Badass,” at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre on March 5-7 and March 12-14.

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Sugar

Sugar

Synopsis

“From the comfort foods of the South to the free spirits of New York, award-winning performer Robbie McCauley vividly portrays her extraordinary life’s journey. Robbie takes us from off-beat downtown to Broadway and beyond, cracking open silences about the pains and triumphs of living with “a little bit of sugar” – diabetes. Chauncey Moore plays live music to punctuate the piece and a talkback with Robbie will follow each performance.”

Collaborators

Performing Arts Department at Emerson College and was created in collaboration with Artists In Context.

Chauncy Moore, accompanist | Maureen Shea, director | Mirta Tocci, projections (design)

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