fuckin’ loud

by m. imani west
Co-Directed by m. imani west and Faith Zamblé

“on a night where life comes to a head
time bends in the mind of an artist on the edge of themselves
when tomorrow comes
who will meet it”

Thursday July 21st at 7:30PM
Friday July 22nd at 7:30PM and 10:30PM
Saturday July 23rd at 2PM and 7:30PM
Thursday July 28th at 7:30PM
Friday July 29th at 7:30PM and 10:30PM
Saturday July 30th at 2PM and 7:30PM

m. imani west

m. imani west (they/mɒl)
an artist by way of the South
most often found onstage, behind a camera, scribbling p’oms or singing some old song most recently seen as Mercutio in Yale School of Drama’s Romeo and Juliet and Desi in Long Wharf Theatre’s Passing Strange happiest when in nature, cooking for company, dancing or with my peoples
Black, queer, southern and loud bout it!

Faith Zamblé is a writer, dramaturg, and interdisciplinary artist originally from Waukegan, IL. She is interested in the connection between Blackness, culture creation and community building, as well as the various processes that transmute theory into praxis (and back!). Her own practice is one of heart-centered exploration that manifests in essays and collaborative projects. In simpler terms, she is a human being in process, remembering to laugh and always trying to return to center. Her most recent credits include Choirboy at Yale Rep (assistant director) and In the Southern Breeze at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre (co-dramaturg).