Junebug “You’re first day in is gonna be rough…”
March 14 – 26, 2017
The Brave Artist Collective is proud to present their 2017 Inaugural season featuring the invigorating and gritty drama Junebug by Hamza Zaman. Junebug will be presented as a limited engagement at the Flamboyan Theater at the Clemente Soto Velez March 14-26. This will be the Brave Artist Collective’s debut NYC season.
Straight from his critically acclaimed FrinceNYC run, Hamza Zaman, stars in “Junebug”, a character you couldn’t forget from Zaman’s 4-star play “Fresh Meat.” This production is told entirely from Junebug’s perspective, an undesirable with a chilling story to tell. Directed by Veronica Caicedo (Teatro Circulo, The Clemente).
About the Director – Ms. Caicedo is an innovative, director, producer and writer who has overseen more than 25 successful theatrical productions. She has produced/directed such projects and plays as Black Latina the play, They Call Me LA LUPE (Starring Lauren Velez of Dexter), SUNSHINE by Lawrence Dukore, Patrick Marbers Closer, The ONE Festival, International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival and Faded by Robert Dominguez. Caicedo Productions will continue its growth and development incorporating professional theater/film productions and festivals in local communities such as the annual The ONE Festival in April and the IPRHFF in November 2017.
About the Performer – Hamza Zaman is the co-founder of the Brave Artist Collective. An award winning filmmaker and critically acclaimed playwright and actor. His play “Fresh Meat” received rave reviews and a sold out premiere at the 20th Anniversary FringeNYC Festival. His film “Vemana” was an official selection to the New York Film Week and won the Lovecraft Arts Film Festival. A true believer in the collaborative nature of art, he founded the production company “Headless Films” with a non-hierarchical philosophy and also is the co-founder of the New York Actors’ Gym.
Lighting design is by Jason Fok and sound design by Elia Chauaqui. Jam Shakwi stage manages.
Junebug plays March 16 at 8PM, 19 at 5PM, and 26th at 5PM
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Ages: 16+ There is no nudity but adult language and situations may not be suitable for children.