What is The Danger?
Winner of the 2015 Rita Goldberg Prize, The Danger: A Homage to Strange Fruit, is a theatrical symphony in four movements. Inspired by the mysterious death of Lennon Lacy in Bladenboro, NC, it is a dystopic ghost play that contemplates the legacy of violence against Black bodies in America. The play follows interracial couple He and She into the world of The Station, a long ago abandoned rail station waiting room, an in-between place. The Station houses Black souls who left the earth in violent ways, and who constantly seek their way home. It is through the journey of The Danger, and guidance by the mystical madwoman/goddess of the world, Gyp, that He and She come to realize their place within the world of The Station.
When can I see it!?
Brooklyn, NY – JACK, October 4 – 6, 11 – 13, 2018
The Danger will have its first full production in 2018! Join us at JACK this Fall to experience the magic, majesty, and madness of The Station.
How can I help?
Producing The Danger sans the financial and artistic support of a major theatrical institution is a huge undertaking. Stacey and her production team could use all the help you can send their way!
The Danger is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas! This means that your donation is tax deductible. You can make a one time contribution or a monthly contribution (that will end in October.) Visit our fiscal sponsorship page here!
In – Kind Support
Unable to give cash? No worries! We can also accept:
- Rehearsal space: As anyone in the performing arts in NYC can attest to, finding space to rehearse can be frustrating and money draining as hell.
- Volunteers: Are you a college student needing an internship? Theatre enthusiast with a penchant for new plays? Have time and a specific talent you’d like to contribute? Fill out the contact sheet below and tell us how you’d like to contribute.
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