PERCEPTIONS PLAY CLUB

A space where we come together virtually and in person to discuss plays we  have read by BIPOC playwrights. Join us every month for a new play that you will read for the month then come to discuss it with us at the end of the month and some months we even have a watch party of the play before we discuss it!

 

*When you RSVP for your FREE ticket you will be sent a link to the play club meeting we will also send you a pdf of the play to read, so you are prepared for the discussion, if available. We may even have the playwright sit in to discuss the play with us for some meetings! We will also be recording each play club meeting for promotional purposes, however feel free to leave your cameras off for the discussion or to decline being filmed in person, if you choose.

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Scorpio

By

alfonzo kahlil

Perceptions Play Club is BACK & In-Person!

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Meet alfonzo kahlil:

alfonzo kahlil is a writer, wordsmith, and performance artist that specializes in the spoken word and the dramatic arts. Raised on the Westside of Chicago, alfonzo believes in the power of performance to document, the power of writing to dismantle, and the power of words to delectate. alfonzo holds a BFA in theatre from New York University and was last seen in Free Street Theater: 50 Years of Joy & Justice, Still/Here: Manifestations for Joy & Survival, The Dream Engine at Kirby Theater and Goodman Theatre's Live @ Five: Celebrating August Wilson event. alfonzo is the author of SCORPIO and THE NEW / NEW TESTAMENT; their contributions can be found in The End of Chiraq  and Clock Productions’ Black Joy.

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Our Covid Protocol:

 We are following all Covid protocols and respect everyone's individual decisions when it comes to this. We do require either a negative covid test from the last 48 hours before the date of the event or a vaccination card and we will also check everyone's temperature before entering the event. Everyone is free to wear a mask if they so choose as long as they have a negative covid test or vaccination card.