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Seeing Things In Black and White

Antoine K. Stroman


As a writer, poet, songwriter, teacher and director, Seeing Things in Black and White is my most daring work. Written over the course of 9 years, I’ve drawn inspiration from various points in my life. Throughout this 9 year period, I became an educator, a writer for theatre, and a director, which all served as an influencing factor in the composition of this story. It is for this purpose that I believe that this work should be picked up.

Created and Performed by Andrew Chupa
Directed by Jaried Kimberly
Design by Allen Clark
Presented in association with Transient Arts and Run Boy Run Productions of CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia

A man and his beard clippers go through it, the good, the bad, the hairy. What falls away with the hair that hits the ground?

Of Maintenance and Men


Photos from Boomerang:Reflections of a Man at the @koreshdance Artist Showcase 

Saturday ‪October 21st‬ 2017

#performanceart piece delving into the world of #abuse as it effects young #blackmales going into adulthood. 

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Future Projects

Well as the new year has come so has the journey of Run Boy Run Production as we look forward to the coming of projects. This year our take is different as we look at the productions of up and coming Playwrights that will tackle subjects that are social issues that in the end will demand extreme conversation starting with Mississippi Smiles.
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