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Part Two of playwright Mark Rigney's thoughts and travels on the way to self-producing his new play. More to come when it's up and running.
The Singularity by Crystal Jackson is not about The Singularity, an event that refers to the moment in which machines reach consciousness. It seems ill considered, then to name the play something so recognizable and yet in no way reference it or touch on it’s possibilities. Instead the play is about a woman in the dystopian (natch) near future who struggles to find someone to fertilize her very last egg.
Speeding through the twentieth century on a metaphorical freight train; a minstrel, a faith healer, an FBI informant, an actor and a psychotic homeless man are the manifestations of a black man simultaneously surviving and exploiting a racially divided America in Howard L. Craft’s one man show Freight: The Five Incarnations of Abel Green.
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