Presented as part of the ACTLab Solo Fest
Dates: February 14–February 16, 2020
Run time: TBD
Location: Lalie Theatre
What even IS nonbinary anyway? A computer program? A tropical drink? A word that caused you to have an existential crisis when you finally realized oh my god, I think I might be one of those, but I’m married and have two kids already and what am I supposed to do now, I have SO many bras? Join drag artist Harvey Gent (Jasmine Joshua) in a hilarious and wholly autobiographical queer spectacle, featuring pregnancy, trekking across tidepools in your underwear, and peeing one’s pants in front of Very Important People.
This performance will be double billed with Sherif Amin’s Left on Yellow Brick Road.
Jasmine Joshua (they/them) is the Artistic Director of the Gregory Award-winning Reboot Theatre Company whose mission is to test new interpretations of established works through nontraditional casting and design. They are a local writer, director, and actor, having been seen on the stages of Intiman, Book-It, Annex, STAGEright, Seattle Musical Theatre, Bainbridge Performing Arts, and more. Jasmine graduated magna cum laude from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Creative Writing and a minor in Jewish Studies. They studied acting at the Larry Moss Studio and improv with the Groundlings in Los Angeles. In a former life, Jasmine worked as a senior publicist in one of the top theatrical PR firms in the Bay Area, where they represented clients such as TheatreWorks, Smuin Ballet, Opera San Jose, various touring Broadway shows, and Monster Jam (yes, the monster truck rally), among others. They are currently working on a transgender musical as a part of the 5th Avenue Theatre’s First Draft: Raise Your Voice program. Upcoming directing projects: directing Cafe Nordo’s Christmas show (December 2019), assistant directing XY at Village Theatre’s Beta Series (Winter 2020), and directing Cabaret for Reboot Theatre (Spring 2020).
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