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.


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.