theHegira Presents Hip-Hop Performance Piece Paige in Full
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Written in 1978 by acclaimed human rights activist and first president of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, Protest challenges us to question what we would do if forced to choose between survival and revolution. In this politically fueled play we meet a dissident returning home after imprisonment and a rebel campaigning in protest against a corrupt government. But this distinctive interpretation of the typically male-driven drama will also feature counterparts for the two leads -- two females meant to emphasize the universality of the characters. Protest, once banned from the stage but now revered, is a rallying cry to the responsibility of individuals to take action in the face of political corruption. Learn More
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Written and Performed by Paige Hernandez
Live Music and Beats by Nick the 1da
Directed by Danielle A. Drakes
Produced by theHegira
Paige in Full is a visual mix-tape that blends dance, poetry, and live music to create a fresh new voice. This sibling collaboration delivers a story and sound that resonates with our multifaceted hip-hop generation.
A native of Baltimore, Paige Hernandez is a graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts and received a BA in theater and broadcast journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.
As a teaching artist, Paige has taught throughout the metro area, to all ages, in all disciplines. She has partnered with many organizations, including Wolftrap and Arena Stage, where she was awarded the Thomas Fichandler Award for exceptional promise in theater education.
About the Ticket Supplier: theHegira
theHegira's mission is to showcase works that link women of color since their artistic efforts are underrepresented in the theatrical mainstream. They aim to develop, examine, hone, and produce quality work through a dialogue with artists embracing stories of struggle, survival and triumph. This mission encompasses work in all stages of development and theatre practitioners in all aspects of their artistic journeys.