BlackCAST presents BLKS
December 7-10, 2023
Waking up to a shocking and personal health scare, Octavia and her best friends, June and Imani, go on a crusade to find intimacy and joy in a world that could care less about them or their feelings. This 24-hour blitz explores what it is to be a queer blk woman in 2015 New York, how we survive and save ourselves from ourselves.
BLACK OUT night is designed to create a space for Black audience members to loudly and jubilantly react to our show. People of all backgrounds and identities are invited to attend/welcome at our shows. We encourage individuals who do not identify as Black to attend our matinées, opening night, and Friday evening showings to facilitate the creation of an all-black-identifying audience on Saturday, December 9th, at 7:30 PM. We hope you’ll join us on this 90 minute thrilling and hilarious journey!
BlackCAST (Black Community and Student Theatre) is a Harvard student-run organization whose primary purpose is stimulating interest and support of Black theater on campus.
For more information, please visit BlackCAST.
Seniors, Harvard ID: $10
Opening Night on 12/7: FREE with HUID (1 per ID)
BLACK OUT Entry on 12/9 at 7:30PM: $5 Admission for All
90 minutes, with no intermission.
There is no parking at Agassiz Theatre. Parking is available at paid public parking in Harvard Square, including the Harvard Square Parking Garage (65 JFK Street), Charles Square Garage (1 Bennett Street), Propark Church Street Lot (41 Church Street) and University Place Garage (124 Mt. Auburn Street).