Performances begin February 11 at The Flea for the world premiere of Good Friday, a new play by Kristiana Rae Colón about a group of women who are disrupted by gun fire in the midst of a fierce and funny feminist debate.
Directed by Sherri Eden Barber, the production features The Bats, the resident acting company at The Flea, including Dolores Avery, Caturah Brown, Raiane Cantisano, Clea DeCrane, Ure Egbuho, Erin Noll, and Pearl Shin.
The creative team for Good Friday is made up of Kate Noll (scenic designer), Christelle Matou (costume designer), Paige Seber (lighting designer), Megan Deets Culley (sound designer), Rocio Mendez (violence/intimacy choreographer), Jess Medenbach (projections designer) and Haley Gordon (stage manager).
The Flea's run of Good Friday is scheduled through March 18.
Colón's other plays include but i cd only whisper, also seen at The Flea, and Octagon, seen in London and the winner of Arizona Theater Company's 2014 National Latino Playwriting Award. She is a poet, playwright, actor, educator, Cave Canem Fellow, creator of #BlackSexMatters and co-director of the #LetUsBreathe Collective.