"I want to be that woman that your parents use as a bad example of a lady" ~Staceyann Chin, from "If Only Out of Vanity" - Def Poetry Jam
MotherStruck! sets forth Staceyann's personal journey to motherhood as a single woman, lesbian, and activist who does not have health insurance or a "serious, stable, financial set up", but wants to have a child. Told through Chin's uniquely personal and poetic lens, this solo show explores how the process changed her life and how she makes peace with what she learns from this profound experience.
- Tuesday through Thursday at 7:30pm
- Friday at 8:00pm
- Saturday at 4:00pm and 8:00pm
- Sunday at 5:00pm
|I worked up the nerve to get my program signed (sorry I should have been holding it the other way!) and nabbed a photo with Staceyann!|
"I believe holy is what you do when there is nothing between your actions and your truth" ~StaceyAnn Chin
The end is very much the beginning, while the play chronicles her journey to Motherhood, she recognizes that this is exactly where the story actually begins.
This play is very much poetry come to life, so readers today I ask you:
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