Porning The Planet

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Porning The Planet

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Presented by Pangea World Theater and La Lucha Arts Group Solo show by writer/performer Raquel Almazan. Based on the life of real adult stars. In this dark comedy Porn Star Sensora joins Butoh dance with narrative performance and audience as pornographer. Friday, March 20, 7:30pm Saturday, March 21, 7:30pm Sunday, March 22, 4:30pm $10 advance, student, senior; $12 door For tickets, call 612-203-1088 Raquel Almazan – Writer/Performer/Director Additional Direction – Charlotte Brathwaite Penny Arcade – Dramaturgy/Director Vangeline – Choreography Sandra Powers – Multi-media Jeffrey Michael – Costume Brittany Andrews – Consultant Adam Mansell – Sound Design As NASA chooses her for the making of the film Porning the Planet, Sensora attempts to answer multiple personality disorder through the building of a porn persona. On her way to meet Hugh Hiefner, our savior Sensora’s journey follows her from glam porn star to snuff assassinated President; to finally as a refugee in outer space, launching into the galaxy. Sensora’s metamorphosis challenges our notion of how pornography has altered our method of communicating and connecting with each other and ourselves. All multi-media in the show reflect images we download from her mind. Her provocative memories, her violent fantasies and her daily rituals are witnessed and downloaded for mass absorption into the collective consciousness. Raquel Almazan (Writer/Performer) holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from U of F. /M.F.A. Columbia University-Playwriting. Selected plays include: La Migra Taco Truck (off broadway Theatre Row) La Paloma Prisoner (development labs- La Mama, The Lark table read, INTAR and Labyrinth Theatre Company, Womens Playwriting International Conference- Stockholm, Roma Tre University World Theatre Day). The Hopefulness (Theatre Row Reading-Rising Circle Theatre Company- Recepient of the Kate Neal Kinley Playwriting Fellowship). Solo Shows include She Wolves: Women in Sex, Death and Rebirth (P.S. 122, NYC Fringe Festival) and Porning the Planet (Dixon Place). Glossy Page Pimps (Miami Light Project) directed by Michael Garces. Ur-Faust that toured to Hyterio Theatre in Athens, Greece. Artistic Director of La Lucha Arts Group dedicated to her new works. Member of Dramatists Guild and League of Professional Theatre Women, SAG-AFTRA and HOLA. More info: http://www.pangeaworldtheater.org/porning-the-planet.html

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