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Every 28 Hours Plays: Los Angeles
Every 28 Hours Plays examined a 2012 study that found that every 28 hours a black man, woman, or child was killed by a vigilante, security guard, or the police in the United States. The production was a part of a nationwide initiative that was spearheaded by the One-Minute Play Festival, The Ferguson Movement, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. It included more than 100 local artists from Los Angeles.
FATIGUED, a night of two one-act plays, looked at the repercussions the Iraq and Afghanistan war had on American soldiers, their families, and the communities they lived in. Created in Los Angeles, FATIGUED featured local playwrights, actors, designers, and a percentage of ticket sales went to our community partner, Operation Gratitude.
FATIGUED was presented in collaboration with Company of Angels.