What Shouldn't I Be
Azimuth Works In Process Series
Presented as part of Azimuth Theatre's Expanse Festival - Works in Process Series
Kurama an oil painter moves to a new city. A story that looks at growing up, living with other humans, and who will survive at the end.
Playwright/Performer - Mohamed Ahmed
Performers - David Madow, Jaylin January
Direction - Joseph Dancey
Scenic Design - Sheldon Stockdale
Lighting Design - Tom Tunski
Sound Design - Mohamed Ahmed, Jaylin January
Stage Manager - Andraya Diogo
Ahlam Hassan, Millwoods, and Existing!
What Is the Inspiration For Your Piece? (The seed of inspiration)
Who shouldn't I be by Sampha. Beautiful song.
All of our tickets are based on a Pay-What-You-Will model. However, to make the art happen, we have suggested rates below! Give more or give less. What’s important to Azimuth Theatre is sharing theatre experiences together. Any contribution is valued and appreciated.
General – $35
Students/Seniors – $15
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Health and Safety:
We are working hard to keep our wonderful artists and audiences as safe as possible, and health and safety at the forefront of what I do here are the things that we are working to do to keep our artists and audiences as safe as possible. We appreciated your collaboration and cooperation!
- Masking Encouraged for audience members – Masks available at the door
- Limited Audience Capacity and select Cabaret Seating to allow distance between parties if preferred
- March 31, 2023-April 1, 2023
- 60 minutes
- Fringe Theatre Arts Barns
- Westbury Theatre
Strong and racial language, flashing/strobe lighting, crude sexuality, guns, violence, death