Sprint tells the coming-of-age story of Nana, a Queer Black child of Ghanaian immigrants coming up in the U.S. in the 90’s and 2000’s.

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Based off an original screenplay and collection of written works by Nana Duffuor, Sprint explores themes of anti-blackness and self-denial, sexual violence and self-destruction, healing and resistance. The multidisciplinary stage performance blends film, theater, poetry, music, and dance.

The performance has been commissioned for two years in a row by the National Queer Arts Festival.

 
 

To book a performance of Sprint, contact sprintmovement@gmail.com.