In partnership with TD and Canadian Stage, DD is excited to present a reading of a new play by Kalale Dalton-Lutale, produced as part of our DD-TD Black Playwrights Program.
Yellow follows two artists/lovers trying to make work together while also sorting through their romantic relationship.
Kalale Dalton-Lutale is a Black queer playwright and performer originally from Tkaronto/Toronto. Her work embraces experimentation, mothers, loss and pop culture. Her current plays includes Pinky Swear (Geordie Productions, nominated for a Tom henry Award, directed by Mike Payette 2017), Crybaby (presented by Black Theatre Workshop and Playwrights Workshop Montreal, directed by Jesse Stong 2019), When We Were Young (Geordie Productions Festival Reading, directed by Dean Flemming 2019), and i am entitled to rest (New Words Festival Directer by Murdoch Schon, 2019), and Habibi’s Angels et la commission impossible (Talisman, directed by Sohpie Gee). Kalale is a graduate from the National Theatre school of Canada.
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