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How to Be A White Man

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March 23-April 1st, 8pm Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 2pm Sunday

Can a Black woman get white male privilege? Let's find out! Inches away from landing her dream job, the doors of opportunity keep shutting in Michelle's face. Determined to get ahead, no matter what, Michelle decides what she really needs is white male privilege- and she figures out one hell of a way to get it. This full-length comedy takes the audience on a wild journey as Michelle struggles to find her true self in a world stacked against her. Insightful, hilarious, raw and enlightening this play provides an interesting look at ways people navigate our country's social landscape. Staring Luna Malbroux and Kevin Glass.

From Director Rodney Earl Jackson Jr.:
"We want to explore the relationships between 2 institutionalized opposites. Luna, a black woman, wrote a play about privilege and how she comes to terms with being a pawn in the chess game that was written for her. The play opens the door to conversation about differences and tactfully doesn't point fingers, but instead prompts one of the most important topics in pop culture, politics, and society right now: Power. What is power?"

Playwright Bio:
Named one of KQED's Women to Watch, Luna Malbroux is a comic, writer, and creator of the award winning play, "How to Be A White Man". Winner of the Comedy Hackday Grand Prize at SF Sketchfest, Luna has made international headlines as the creator of EquiTable, an app that satirically solves the wage gap by creating 'reparations, one meal at a time.' A regular contributor to national publications, Luna has been featured on Fusion TV, AJ+ and Refinery 29. With a master's degree in social work, she also supports organizations in unpacking bias and shifting culture.
March 23-April 1st, 8pm Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 2pm Sunday

Can a Black woman get white male privilege? Let's find out! Inches away from landing her dream job, the doors of opportunity keep shutting in Michelle's face. Determined to get ahead, no matter what, Michelle decides what she really needs is white male privilege- and she figures out one hell of a way to get it. This full-length comedy takes the audience on a wild journey as Michelle struggles to find her true self in a world stacked against her. Insightful, hilarious, raw and enlightening this play provides an interesting look at ways people navigate our country's social landscape. Staring Luna Malbroux and Kevin Glass.

From Director Rodney Earl Jackson Jr.:
"We want to explore the relationships between 2 institutionalized opposites. Luna, a black woman, wrote a play about privilege and how she comes to terms with being a pawn in the chess game that was written for her. The play opens the door to conversation about differences and tactfully doesn't point fingers, but instead prompts one of the most important topics in pop culture, politics, and society right now: Power. What is power?"

Playwright Bio:
Named one of KQED's Women to Watch, Luna Malbroux is a comic, writer, and creator of the award winning play, "How to Be A White Man". Winner of the Comedy Hackday Grand Prize at SF Sketchfest, Luna has made international headlines as the creator of EquiTable, an app that satirically solves the wage gap by creating 'reparations, one meal at a time.' A regular contributor to national publications, Luna has been featured on Fusion TV, AJ+ and Refinery 29. With a master's degree in social work, she also supports organizations in unpacking bias and shifting culture.
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