Highways Co-Presenter

Highways Co-Presenter

Highways Performance Space – Co-Presenter of Celia Center Arts Festival 2019 The Los Angeles Times describes alternative cultural center Highways Performance Space as “a hub of experimental theater, dance, solo drama and other multimedia performance.” Part of...
Jerri Allyn

Jerri Allyn

4/12, 4/13 8:00pm  | Jerri Allyn “Shades of Shame”Shades of ShameFrom the paint store: Sassy Grass, Spicy Banana Pepper, and Whip Lash. Lovers Knot, Glam Divas and Sweet Baby Blue. Stories from a Birth mother First mother and Adopted Daughter who lost two...
Kayla Tange

Kayla Tange

4/12, 4/13 8:00pm  | Kayla Tange, Performance Artist Kayla Tange was born in South Korea in 1982, and adopted at age six months by a Japanese American family residing in Lemoore, California. She moved to Los Angeles in 2000 and her love for photography slowly...
Julayne Lee

Julayne Lee

4/12, 4/13 8:00pm  | Julayne Lee, Poet, Korean Adoptee Poem: For My MotherLoosely based on Denise Duhamel’s Things I Could Never Tell My Mother, it explores the adoptee relationship with the mothers in the adoptee constellation. Bio: Julayne Lee is an overseas...
Jeanette Yoffe

Jeanette Yoffe

4/12, 4/13 8:00pm  | “WHAT’S YOUR NAME, WHO’S YOUR DADDY?” ONE WOMAN SHOWA poignant story of a woman who turned her tale of foster care and adoption by a Jewish family into a heart-rending play. A courageous performer and energetic storyteller...
Harris Narratives

Harris Narratives

4/12, 4/13 8:00pm  | The Harris Narratives Author An Introspective Study of a Transracial AdopteeAutobiographical narratives by Susan Harris O’Connor, a social worker and transracial adoptee. These monologues were developed and performed around the United States...
Susan Harris O’Connor

Susan Harris O’Connor

4/12, 4/13 8:00pm  | The Harris Narratives Author An Introspective Study of a Transracial AdopteeAutobiographical narratives by Susan Harris O’Connor, a social worker and transracial adoptee. These monologues were developed and performed around the United States...
Rock Wilk

Rock Wilk

4/12, 4/13 8:00pm  |  Book of JudithIn 2019, I’m gonna come downstage, and I’m gonna immerse us in this story, together, just as if we were on the D train together, traveling in the same direction, sharing space, and time, and air, and light, and energy,...
Brian Stanton

Brian Stanton

BLANK, 2014, Performance Award-winning, nationally acclaimed solo show explores adoption and identity. Playing 12 characters, our adopted hero embarks on a mythical quest ultimately discovering the horrific truth of his birth, an instinctive love for his birth mother...