No AIDS No Maids: Stories I Can't Hear No More
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One Woman Show about the roles BIPOC & LGBTQ performers are forced to play.
In the Old Days, our protagonist reminds us, actors of color were butlers and maids, while gays – invariably men – were artists who succumbed to AIDS. Today’s BIPOC and gay actors have new roles to play, but it’s still not very different on stage. Existing solely to prop up the protagonist, is not going to cut it in this comedy.
In this one-woman production, Dee Dee Batteast crafts a darkly humorous exploration of the obstacles minority actors face in the American media. No AIDS, NoView more
This production is FREE to view thanks to the Shubert Foundation, the Applied Materials Foundation, Essex County Community Foundation, and donors who have made contributions to Gloucester Stage this season. Please consider making a gift with your complimentary ticket purchase to help continue our mission on Cape Ann.
There are a limited number of ‘seats’ available. Reserve a complimentary ticket online and then, on August 19th a video link and password will be emailed to you. Your ticket will have a date on it, but you will have access to watch at any time from August 20th – 23rd.
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Your ticket will have a date & time on it, but you will have access to watch at any time from August 20th – 23rd. For information about streaming through Vimeo on your smartTV or devices, visit the event website.