The performance was led by Gerson Noe Lanza Ruiz and Roxanne “Roxy” King, both students of the theatre, dance and performance studies school.
After the preview, the artists held an intimate discussion with the audience about COVID-19 and social justice.
Conservatives must stop equating non-heteronormative performance with gratuitous sex.
Both shows ran Friday evening at the Cafritz Foundation Theatre.
The play follows a wealthy African American family as they learn to communicate with each other through conversations on race and class.
The performance was titled 'L'Chaim,' a Jewish toast that means, "to life."
The performance highlighted and celebrated differences in body types
The label is made up of artists Kaleb and Simi Liadi
Dance students showcased their personal and reflective performances
Home COVID-19 tests won't be accepted for proof of a negative covid test.