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Miss Education

by Mykai Eastman

Brooklyn: 1994. Miss Education follows the story of Roxanne Waters. Art teacher by day, activist by night. Torn between the commitments to her personal life and her public demonstrations, everything she stands for is put to the test when a blind date takes a very unexpected turn.

“In response to the continuation of senseless police brutality against the Black Community, and the post-colonial institution of systemic racism, this play was written on 7/7/2019. Almost a year later we, as a collaboration of theatre artists, have decided to premier this work as a fundraiser for: The George Floyd Memorial, The Black Visions Collective. Although the viewing of the performance will be free of charge, we ask for suggested donations directly to these organizations below:
https://www.gofundme.com/f/georgefloyd
http://www.blacktablearts.com/
https://secure.everyaction.com/4omQDA…

Brooklyn: 1994. Miss Education follows the story of Roxanne Waters. Art teacher by day, activist by night. Torn between the commitments to her personal life and her public demonstrations, everything she stands for is put to the test when a blind date takes a very unexpected turn.”

Thank you, Mykai Eastman

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