october, 2019

14oct7:00 pmTheatrical Performance: even.years.of.shed.skin... 


Event Details

7:00 pm | InFlux Space | Regis Center fort Art | Register in advance for seating
Dramatic reading of a new theatrical script written by Haygen-Brice Walker, commissioned by the Playwrights’ Center and the Katherine E. Nash Gallery. Followed by conversation with Haygen-Brice Walker; Jeremy Cohen, Producing Artistic Director of the Playwrights’ Center; and Judith Katz, Minneapolis-based author and winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Best Lesbian Fiction.


even.years.of.shed.skin… is a play about first dates, dating apps, instas, finstas, celebrity, catfish, Kelly Rowland, and how to find remnants of our true selves in the technological wasteland of social media. Damien and Tobias “met” online seven years ago when Tobias was pretending to be Nate. Nate doesn’t really exist, but his pictures were stolen from Linc (an Instagram-verified fitness influencer) who is now engaged to Damien. Tonight Damien and Tobias are meeting in person for the first time to forgive and forget…except Tobias isn’t sorry and Damien can’t forget. Haygen-Brice Walker is a Puerto Rican-American playwright-creative producer born and raised in the American South and currently dividing his time between Philadelphia and Minneapolis, where he is the 2018-2019 Jerome Many Voices Fellow at The Playwrights’ Center. He holds a BFA in Directing, Playwriting, & Production with a focus in Playwriting and a Creative Writing minor from the University of the Arts and is a two-time alumnus of the National Theatre Institute.


(Monday) 7:00 pm CST


Regis Center for Art

405 21st Ave S, Minneapolis, Minnesota


Katherine E. Nash Gallery