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Playing at Phoenix Art Museum

BECOMING OTHELLO: A Black Girl’s Journey

Due to the Phoenix Art Museum cancelling all tours and events, Becoming Othello: A Black Girl’s Journey has been postponed. Please check our website and Facebook page for updates.

If you have purchased tickets to the performance we appreciate your patience while we wait for Phoenix Art Museum Box Office to advise. Thank you!

National Premiere. One of the best victory stories ever told. A 90 minute autobiography of Debra Ann Byrd, an  Afro-LatinX woman, exploring her journey on the road from childhood in Spanish Harlem – to motherhood – to founding Harlem Shakespeare Festival – to performing in Stratford-Upon-Avon where Becoming Othello premiered  in October 2019.

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Playing at The Madison Center for the Arts

HUDSON: A Comedy About the Tragedy of History

Postponed until October 2020!

The untold and untrue story of the mutiny of 1611 and the fate of Henry Hudson, his son, his brave crew, and his name. Mutinied, starving and BURSTING WITH SONG. Join us for the adventure of a lifetime.

*Out of the concern for our beloved patrons, artists, technicians, ushers and staff Southwest Shakespeare Company has decided to postpone Hudson until October 2020. We will be in contact with ticket holders soon regarding next steps and options. We thank you in advance for your understanding, loyalty, and continued support in this moment. We hope you all stay healthy and well and that we see you at the theater soon.*

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