Sprint is a film in the making, and a multidisciplinary stage performance blending film, theater, poetry, music, and dance to tell the coming of age story of Nana D., a queer black child of Ghanaian immigrants coming up in the U.S. in 90's and the 2000's. Based off an original screenplay and collection of written works by Oakland-based writer and performer, Nana Duffuor, Sprint deals with the writers' own experiences of anti-blackness and  self-denial, sexual violence and self-destruction, healing and resistance.

In June 2018, Sprint debuted two sold-out shows as part of the Bay Area’s National Queer Arts Festival. With an incredibly positive reception, we look forward to more performances and eventually, bringing the story to mainstream audiences via the making of a feature film.

To request a performance or support the making of Sprint, please contact sprintmovement@gmail.com.