Raw Sugar and Theatre Unbound are teaming up to create brand new comedic works by Women, Trans, Femme Artists. These new works challenge audiences to rethink their own perspectives on gender, sexuality, privilege, and community through comedy. We believe that feminist comedy is essential to building a community of artists and audiences committed to gender equity. 

Production dates:  April 5th - 15th, 2018 at Crane Studio, 2303 Kennedy St NE #120, Minneapolis, MN 55413
Paid stipened of $200 for all performers

The shows:

Kinks by Tina Burnside, directed by Kim Hines

Tracy decides to do the "big chop," and embarks on a journey from relaxed to natural hair. This play is a humorous exploration of the serious issues that black women face daily related to their hair.

Ace by Beth Ann Powers, directed by Margo Gray

Ace tells the story of a young asexual finding her way in a world of middle school crushes, make-out sessions, and sex on TV, with the help of her ace super powers and one confused clone. Also there's music. 

Sex, War, and Syphilis by Katherine Glover, directed by Morgan Holmes

A historical comedy about government efforts during World War I to protect soldiers from syphilis by policing young women's sexuality. It's 1917 and the once sleepy town of Des Moines has been inundated with soldiers-in-training. Seventeen-year-old Hazel is entranced by these young men in uniform, and her best friend Florence doesn't like it one bit. Meanwhile in Washington D.C., the war department has launched a new agency dedicated solely to protecting soldiers from syphilis -- and from girls like Hazel.