22 Shows in 35 Days
Deaf and hearing artists from across the DC Metropolitan area shared in this Honestly Speaking, Inc. produced micro-season. Nicole Morgan organized and co-produced 22 shows in 35 days, showcasing the vast talents in the Deaf community, as well as the beauty of its collaborations with the hearing community.
Diagnosed — Lydia is an African American woman who inherits a family-owned boutique. While searching for her own inner peace, she creates a safe space for women to share their stories of hurt, trauma and healing. Guided by the spirit of her ancestors, they come face to face with their childhood and present-day demons. They will soon see that a boutique filled with women’s fashion, standout accessories and envy-inducing handbags isn’t the only common ground the women share.
Queen Foreverrr — The Deaf Queen of Comedy, is coming to Baltimore! This 2-night exclusive event promises to be a hilarious and unforgettable experience, showcasing Queen Foreverrr’s comedic talent and her ability to connect with Deaf and hearing audiences. Her sharp wit and fearless attitude will have audiences laughing out loud and nodding in agreement as she shares her unique perspective on life as a Deaf, Queer woman.
Dip Hop Concert! — Hip hop isn’t just for hearing people anymore. DipHop, (Deaf Hip Hop), is taking over! Come enjoy the musical stylings of Diphop’s hottest artists LIVE at the Voxel Theatre in Baltimore for a 2-night only event. Saturday night, DJ Supalee and ORL B THA CODA are kicking the party off! Sunday night, DJ Nicar and WAWA! will be IN THE HOUSE AND TEARING THE ROOF OOFFFFFFF!!!!
Hey Girl, Hey! — Performed as a one-woman show, "Hey Girl, Hey!" introduces audiences to 13 different women and connects to topics that are driving national conversations in 21st Century America: colorism, sex, dating, hair, education, police brutality, incest, motherhood, sisterhood and more.
Out of the Mouths of Boys — A provocative conversation piece about the lived experiences of Black men as victims of sexual, emotional and other abuses. This theatrical presentation is a compilation of true stories, shared by Black, Deaf and hearing men, giving accounts of their experiences and exploitations by family members, clergy, loved ones and others in positions of power.