Xenophobia: Face Your Fears
Xenophobia: Face Your Fears is a collection of stories and folk tales that address and challenge social prejudices, along with the anxiety and fear that derive from it. Topics such as same sex relationships, bullying, sexual abuse, foreign cultures, and medical drug use are brought forth and presented to the audience to help demystify and address some of the misplaced fears that accompany them. These stories were gathered and will be performed by members of the PlayBuilders Ensemble (PEN).
The PlayBuilders Ensemble (PEN) is a group of socially conscious performers who gather once a week to develop performance pieces while they learn the art of community collaborative theatre under the tutelage of Associate Artistic Director November Morris.
October 16-17, 2014
Performance starts at 8pm
Leeward Comm. College Theatre
96-045 Ala Ike Pearl City, HI 96782
P.E.N.: the PlayBuilders Ensemble. Left to right, top to bottom: November Morris, Cyrus Naone, Linda Shkreli, Mapuana Antonio, Kristin Misaki, Karis Lo, Becky McGarvey & Michelle Martin.
November Morris, Director & Deviser
November Morris has an extensive background in community-based work. He studied acting at East Los Angeles College and while touring with the cast of hereandnow Theatre Company. He recently participated in PlayBuilders’ Houseless in Paradise via his connection as a service provider at IHS (Institute for Human Services), where he serves as the Employment Program Manager. November served as the Associate Artistic Director of PlayBuilders on the Leeward side from 2013-2014, where he developed training methods for P.EN, the PlayBuilders Ensemble.