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Who Is Jeff Rector - Jan 24 @ 6pm PST
Jeff Rector is an award-winning writer, director, producer, actor, comedian and best-selling author. "Who Is Jeff Rector?" is the Premier of Jeff's first One-Man-Solo-Show and is a hilarious and insightful look at his life and his view of the the world from his unique perspective. "Who Is Jeff Rector?", the answer will surprise you.
Soaring Solo Salon - Jan 29 @ 7pm PST
Award winning Director & Developer, Jessica Lynn Johnson, hosts an evening of brand new solo show excerpts taken from the Soaring Solo Community.
This enticing program will be pre-recorded and will feature 6 superb Solo Artists throughout the night.
Enjoy these solo stories from the comfort of your own home and know that a large portion of the proceeds will go toward saving the Whitefire Theatre.
Worth It Jan 31 @ 6pm PST
Casey Donovan is a capable songstress content to sing back-up when life begs her to take the lead! Raised to think penny-pinching is practical, her stinginess is spilling into more important areas of her life. When Casey accidentally stumbles into a new-agey "Bank of the Future", with vaults filled with cabaret singers instead of cash, she begins to question whether her self-worth is at the root of her net worth.
GERONIMO Life on the Reservation Feb 4 @ 7pm PST
GERONIMO Life on the Reservation is a seldom told story of Geronimo’s life as a POW on the Fort Sill Indian Reservation. It focuses on the resiliency, humor, and genius of the great Apache leader and brings Geronimo’s final years to life on the stage in this dramatic recounting of a fascinating, largely forgotten chapter in American history.
Dare to Claim the Sky Feb 6 @ 7pm PST
Dare to Claim the Sky, Sharon invites you into her proverbial living room for an intimate and unapologetic conversation about family, faith, her battle with depression and self-identity. Her story is an exploration of her coming to grips with who she is in the constant battle of being beat-down by systemic racism and the frequent questioning of her self-worth as she shares her truth and love for humanity.
Fertile Feb 11 @ 7pm PST
Jenny’s test results keep coming back negative. That’s when she runs into real problems and questions about fertility. Ultimately, she must look within to discover what motherhood and fertility means to her.
WILD SON: The Testimony of Christian Brandon Feb 13 @ 7pm PST
Wild Son is drawn from taped interviews writer champ Clark conducted with Marlon Brando’s troubled son, Christian. Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright, Beth Henley, says Wild Son as “A Burning Jewel. A rare theatre experience where the magic shimmers.”
Ma's Kitchen Feb 14 @ 6pm PST
Ma’s Kitchen is a heartfelt on-woman dramedy, narrated by an Italian mother who invites you to her dinner party to celebrate her daughter, “Mary.” As “Mam” makes her secret sauce, she shares ingredients for a flavorful life, exploring themes of marriage, career, secrets, love and loss.
SHADEE Feb 15 @ 7pm PST
SHĀDEE is a 90min Dramedy and Solo Performance about Nick Nile, an Innocent Activist who was wrongfully imprisoned. G. Smokey Campbell embodies twenty Characters that reveal how Nick got planted on the SHĀDEE Prison Farm. These Characters illustrate the dying need to fight back against the SHĀDEE Machine of Corruption that profits from Gentrification and the Privatization of Prisons.
I Can't Indian Good Feb 16 @ 7pm PST
A first-generation Indian American with aero ties to India, woefully cannot understand what makes him “Indian”. To get over feelings of isolation and alienation from his heritage, it takes a visit by a her of (imaginary) ancestors to help him figure it out.
Shattered Feb 17 @ 7pm PST
Odyssy Feb 18 @ 7pm PST
Playwright, actor, screenwriter Levy Lee Simon, takes us on a personal Odyssey dealing with racism as a Black man in America. Through, storytelling, spoken word, poetry and monologues, we travel with levy Lee as he expounds on stories from his parents about growing up in the Jim Crow south, to his own stories growing up in Harlem USA.
TIGHT Sexy Stories About Pelvic Pain Feb 20 @ 7pm PST
For most of her 20’s, Becky didn’t date because of a pelvic pain disorder that made sex unbearable. However, when she decided to get help in her early30’s, she found herself in over her head in a nerve-racking journey to get laid!
Love, Locs & Liberation Feb 19 @ 7pm PST
From rituals that Black women hold in relation with their hair to her experience as an American woman with strong ties to her Haitian culture, Ella blends poetry, song and humor in this one-hour piece through the eyes of 21 different characters
Baccalaureate Feb 23 @ 7pm PST
The Book That Won't Close Feb 24 @ 7pm PST
A bi-culturally fluid Deaf woman confronts her shame about how being deaf or hearing enough when she meets a transgendered coach who walks her through healing and integration for her love addition.
Embrace Love Free Feb 25 @ 6pm PST
Justin publicly shared his cancer journey through vulnerable live videos and has translated that into a multi-media, multi-character, powerful one-man show. He tells his dramatic tale through music, comedy, poetry, and above all, a lesson in overcoming obstacles.
Wild At Hart Feb 26 @ 7pm PST
A heroine's journey to self-actualization and wholeness through the lens of spiritual discovery and soul.
Cry For Wolf - Feb 27 @ 7pm PST
Join me on my roller coaster ride of highs and lows and plenty of in-betweens. This is my tale of family, love and loss. Healing comes in many forms. Sometimes, by swinging high towards the sky.
Judgment Day Feb 28 @ 1pm PST
African-Americans have been struggling since the first slaves were brought to the United States. From Nat Turner to George Floyd, there has been much progress, but the struggle still continues. Why has God allowed this to happen? What if He were held responsible for all the injustices that African-Americans have endured? “Judgment Day” is a powerful piece that questions God’s motives. Juliette Jeffers brings twenty characters to life in this thought provoking solo play.
Forever Brooklyn Feb 28 @ 6pm PST
Through song, dialogue and comedy. A Jewish-American comic recounts his life growing up in Brooklyn during the 50’s – 60’s. Melvin Kaplofkis longs for a career in show business. Forever Brooklyn! Is a poignant funny coming-of-age story about dreams, family, and a way of life that’s been all but forgotten in the modern age.