Second Season: "Breath, boom" and "Revolt"

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Breath, Boom

Written by Kia Corthron

Directed by Jasmine Mitchell

This impressionistic, episodic play by UMD alumna Kia Corthron creates a voice for Black women in today’s society, portraying them as multidimensional, empowered and demanding of respect. Rather than seeing them thrive unrealistically against all odds, we see them crack and break, ultimately supporting each other to build agency and resistance.



Written & Directed by Walker Green

Music Direction by Liezel Werner

Revolt is a monologue-based historical play that pays homage to young activists, protestors and revolutionaries who were harmed or killed for their activism. A mosaic of stories represents the perspectives of youth who were involved in the Israel/Palestine conflict, resistance to Nazi Germany, the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock, Mississippi’s Civil Rights movement and more. This play encourages political activism among students and meaningful engagement in today’s politics.


Location: Cafritz Foundation Theatre

Free, tickets required. Tickets are available at The Clarice website or box office one week before opening night.