by Tanya Everett
directed by Michele Travis
OCTOBER 16 @ 7pm
axis theatre (one sheridan square)
Admission is free! Seating is limited!
TWO TRAIN is about how our tunnel vision around identity, race, gender and class shatter when the private becomes public. Trapped in a stalled subway car, strangers' assumptions about each other are challenged -- and they are all forced to reckon with our violent shared history.
Tanya Everett hails from Mass, bred in Brooklyn, to pursue her career as an actor and writer. Her plays have been performed in Off and Off-off Broadway venues: including Cherry Lane, HERE Arts Center, TheaterLab, Kraine, Cherry Pit. She is a proud member of Wright Club, a professional writing residency run by the famed Amoralists. She is also a NY Madness playwright and actor. Her play "Pr$de" was recently performed as part of the 7th Season of the Fire This Time Festival and received positive write-ups in the Village Voice and Broadway Black. Her play, "We Were Not Meant To Survive," was read as part of the I Am Soul Series at the National Black Theatre in Spring 2017. Other plays include: "Doesn't Matter How You Say It," "Got A Light," "Lady of the Lake," "Lobstah Pot", "Virgin Christmas." She has written one screenplay and is working on a second.
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