Part of The Last Word Festival, celebrating fearless storytelling.
What are you when you are always the other?
A solo show about identity, being a mixed-race black woman and always feeling like an outsider. Blending live vocal looping and spoken word, WHITE carefully considers the concept of mixed-race privilege, tries to connect clashing cultures and explores what it means to grow up mixed in contemporary Britain.
Combining ‘clever and engaging’ original songs, vocal looping and ‘deliciously current’ dialogue, Koko explores race in an approachable and contemporary way in this ‘incredibly vital’ piece of new writing.
’Brown approaches the subject unreservedly with humour and a complex personal perspective.’ – The National Student
WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY Koko Brown
DIRECTED BY Nicholai La Barrie
LIGHTING DESIGN BY Martha Godfrey
Koko Brown is an Associate Artist at Ovalhouse theatre and a Roundhouse Alumni Resident Artist. WHITE has recently been published by Oberon Books and play texts will be available to buy post-show. Find out more: @TheKokoBrown / heykoko.com
At school I spent most of my time battling with my identity. My education started properly when I was 22 and I got more involved in music and theatre.ArA Read my story
Age guidance: 8+
Running time: 40 mins
Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance.
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