The Parsnip Ship

The Parsnip Ship

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The Parsnip Ship is a podcast play company that amplifies bold artists for audiences who crave accessible stories and storytellers. Our live events and audio podcasts are eclectic and transformative, creating communities in person and digitally. Through our work, we revolutionize the way you hear theater. Hosted by Iyvon Edebiri.

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A Shero’s Journey or What Anacaona and Yemayá Taught Me (Part Two) by Guadalís Del Carmen

Directed by Celestine Rae, with musical guest Afro Dominicano "Zoila has had her entire life planned and laid out for her by her family and society. She finds herself at a crossroads when she falls in love with a friend from the past. When tragedy hits, she decides ...
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A Shero’s Journey or What Anacaona and Yemayá Taught Me (Part One) by Guadalís Del Carmen

Directed by Celestine Rae, with musical guest Afro Dominicano "Zoila has had her entire life planned and laid out for her by her family and society. She finds herself at a crossroads when she falls in love with a friend from the past. When tragedy hits, she decides ...
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A Holy Her (Part One and Part Two) by Phillip Gregory Burke

Directed by Nilan, with musical guest Maya Sharpe "The sounds of war birth a young nation while three women prepare for an ancestral journey on revolutionary roads. But when the effects of outside calamity push painfully inside, the harsh realities of warfare signify much reasonable doubt as they ...
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Dead Wait: A Journey In Afro-Existentialism (Part Two) by Blaine Teamer

Directed by Tonya Pinkins, with musical guest Julie Brown "If Sartre’s No Exit and Hansberry’s Raisin in the Sun had a black baby, it would be Blaine Teamer‘s Dead Wait. In this black comedy, Dead Wait takes you on an Afro-existential journey that asks the question, “can we ...
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Dead Wait: A Journey In Afro-Existentialism (Part One) by Blaine Teamer

Directed by Tonya Pinkins, with musical guest Julie Brown "If Sartre’s No Exit and Hansberry’s Raisin in the Sun had a black baby, it would be Blaine Teamer‘s Dead Wait. In this black comedy, Dead Wait takes you on an Afro-existential journey that asks the question, “can we ...
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Repossessed (Part Two) by Greg Lam

Directed by Pascale Florestal, with musical guest Big Fuzzy (Anneke Reich + Max Kennedy) "Rich and Gretchen seem to have the ideal marriage, until they learn that it was manufactured by a mysterious biotech company which installed it into their brains. Because they can no longer afford this ...

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