Hollow Roots is playing:
March 6th at 8pm
March 7th at 8pm
at q-Staff Theatre
400 Broadway Blvd SE
Performed by Nicole Gramlich
Composition and Live Music by Maritri Garrett
Video Design by Kate Freer
Set and Costume Design by Murell Horton
Production Stage Management by Alexis Miles
Hollow Roots, by award-winning playwright Christina Anderson, questions the notion of a “post-racial” society, looking at one woman’s quest to understand her identity. The revelations from her journey are poignant and perhaps even surprising. Anderson’s exquisite and transporting text is accompanied by a videoscape and original, live music, representing our protagonists’ inner life and history.
This production was funded by: The Tecovas Foundation and the Marion and Stanley Bergman Charitable Fund, as well as our crowdfunding donors. Residency and development support was provided by The University of Kansas Department of Theatre, Tricklock Company, Amphibian Stage Productions and the South Dallas Cultural Center.
This is a PASSPORT ENTRY show and a ticket is required. You may use your Passport or purchase individual tickets at the venue. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling the Revolutions Hotline at 505.414.3738 or emailingk firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment will be taken at the box office prior to the show. We accept cash, personal checks, and credit/debit cards. Passport holders will also call the Passport Hotline at 505.414.3738. Get Passport