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Playhouse Theatre

Let's go to a play! The Studio Collaborative: NINA AND TROYBOY (Long Beach, CA)

Embark on a riveting journey with us as NINA & TROYBOY explores the complexities of a mother-son relationship against the backdrop of the Black Lives Matter Movement. Join the narrative unraveling mental health, racism, and religion. __ Black Everywhere® - Nurturing Community for Black People

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Let's go to a play! The Studio Collaborative: NINA AND TROYBOY  (Long Beach, CA)
Let's go to a play! The Studio Collaborative: NINA AND TROYBOY  (Long Beach, CA)

Time & Location

Feb 23, 2024, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM PST

Playhouse Theatre, 5021 E Anaheim St, Long Beach, CA 90804, USA

About the Event

The Studio Collaborative: NINA AND TROYBOY

  • Company: Sparrow and Finch Films
  • Dates: February 23, 24 at 8 pm, February 25 at 2 pm, 2024
  • Tickets: $30 General Admission, $25 Student/Senior

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  • CHOOSE YOUR DATE:Friday, Feb. 23, 2024, at 8 pm Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, at 8 pm Sunday, Feb. 25, 2024, at 2 pm
  • All Collaborative Shows have open seating, first-come, first-serve.
  • PLEASE NOTE: The Studio Theater is on the 2nd Floor, accessible only by stairs with no elevator.

Description:

  • NINA & TROYBOY explores the intricate relationship between a mother and son, set against the backdrop of the Black Lives Matter Movement.
  • After a heated argument, Troy mysteriously goes missing, leaving Nina anxious about his well-being.
  • Tempted to fear the worst, Nina relies on her faith for the preservation of the son she's struggled to raise in a supposedly "post-racial" America.
  • This fictional drama, inspired by true events, delves into the collision of mental health, racism, and religion, revealing the stark reality faced by many young men and their families across America.

Company Statement:

  • Sparrow and Finch Films is a production company dedicated to creating and curating inspirational content through film and stage.
  • We aim to awaken America’s collective social consciousness, utilizing heartfelt performances as a form of activism.
  • Our mission is to produce "Art that elevates the conversation," sparking thought, conversation, and, ultimately, action on issues affecting our collective well-being.
  • We believe in the transformative power of our stories to bring about positive change within our community.

The LBP Studio Collaborative Season:

  • Offers outside, local theatre companies and performing arts organizations the unique opportunity to produce their own shows in our Studio Theater.

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