Running: Amok will be in the 2010 Capital Fringe Fest

“Does Motherhood = THE END?”

Running: AMOK will debut in the 2010 Capital Fringe Fest. The Capital Fringe Fest notified us last week that the production has been accepted for production.

Running:AMOK is written by Khadijah Ali-Coleman, a Washington DC native whose stage credits include roles in The Vagina Monologues, The Medea Myth, The Life and Deconstructing the Myth of the Booty, among other roles. She produced her original play Shades of Black: a thought in progress in 2008 and has written works performed by the theater company The Saartjie Project.

When relationships, work and money don’t save us, where do turn when we find ourselves smothered by new roles and life responsibilities? With what luck do we escape from the inevitable decline of running amok?

Running: AMOK serves up drama, comedy and music during this meet-up between women in the middle of the life crisis we refer to as “motherhood”. Leshell, Nina and Camille have another thing coming if they think they are in for a typical day as they wait to see Dr. Murphy. When Mama Belle walks into the waiting room, they are in for the unexpected.


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