Playborhood: An Improvised Neighborhood with Styles-Completely Unexpected at Unexpected Productions

Creativity and Humor at Unexpected Productions.

It was with great pleasure that I was able to see and participate in a full-length improvised play at Unexpected Productions last night, called Playborhood-An Improvised Neighborhood with Style. Its rather zany concept engendered one of the most creative and stimulating premises of any improvisational act or for that matter, polished performance, I have seen in a long time.


Pass Over: Can Young Black Men Escape the Block?

It’s traumatizing being a brother on the block. Playwright Antoinette Nwandu and Director Tim Bond skillfully blur this into a block more like a cell block in prison than a city block one passes through between home and anywhere else one wants to go. Our protagonists in this show at ACT: Moses played by Treavor Lovelle, and Kitch, played by Preston Butler III, are prisoners on this block, kept there by their lack of means to get free.

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