Octavia, wakes up to find a mole on her clitoris. When her partner Ry refuses to examine it, Octavia kicks her out and decides to have a last night partying with her roommates June and Imani before her mole removal surgery the next morning....

Javana Mundy graduated with her MFA at the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University in 2015. Her love for new works have garnered her roles in Off - Broadway productions at The Signature TheatreDixon Place, The Players Theatre,and Nuyorican Poetry Cafe in Salome: Da Voodoo Princess of Nawlins nominated for the prestigious Audelco awards. Favorite credits include Invincible Ones (Supporting), Here to Be Seen(Multiple Roles)Fires in the Mirror (Multiple Roles)Meeting Vera Stark (Vera), In the Blood (Hester).  She is currently in development of her filmed monologue series The Passed Down Project and multimedia one woman show Mama's 19 from which an excerpt was showcased at the Labyrinth Theatre, NY.  Find out more about her at




nicHi douglas is a writer, actor, dancer/choreographer and art educator. Some of her favorite performances have occurred at Joe's Pub, The Bushwick Starr, HERE, and La Mama.  She is currently Assistant Choreographing the City Center Encores Festival presentation of Elizabeth Swados' Tony Award nominated musical Runaways. She and the cast of Political Subversities will make a triumphant return to the stage on Friday nights in June and July at The PIT.  She is the founder of BK Play! - an innovative art company for kids. She operates with a tremendous amount of gratitude for every day and every opportunity. her name is pronounced like "Nicky". BFA, NYU: Tisch; MFA, The New School


Hannah Kallenbach is a 2014 alumna of NYU Tisch Undergraduate at Playwrights Horizons Theatre School. Recent theatrical contributions include; Period Piece: a celebration of menstrual hygiene day (IV Grl), tiger tiger (on the nature of violence) (Odille), Psychic Readings Company: Miss Chthonic Star Dream Pageant (Contestant #1) . Hannah is a self-proclaimed Period Priestess messily birthing femme-nist performance art; Period Piece: Jim JordanFACEdance and Ice Queen shown at Silent Barn as well as Pussy Shrine a party hosted out of her closets in Harlem. She would like to thank the cosmos for making her a woman.



Audrey Elaine Hailes is a dance-theatre artist raised in Washington DC. Committed to public performance as a necessary tool for wellness and revolution, she received a BFA in Experimental Theatre from NYU and is a 2013 Laundromat Project Professional Development Fellow. Audrey is a teaching artist, performer with the Dance Cartel and co-host of the women-run radio show Hip Hop and Her Family. Her work was recently commissioned by Gibney Dance and Dance Theatre Etc. Operating in the blessing of abundance, the support, fortification and history shared by family is the fuel behind her practice.





Christopher Gabriel Núñez is a writer, actor, and hip-hop artist.  His play "The Surgeon and her Daughters" (Sundance MENA Theatre Lab Semi-Finalist, O'Neill National Playwrights Conference Finalist) was workshopped at the 2015 Ojai Playwrights Conference and subsequently received a workshop production as part of the Cherry Lane Mentor Project under the mentorship of Rajiv Joseph. He will begin pursuing an MFA in playwriting at Yale School of Drama in the Fall.





Nabila Lovelace is a born and raised Queens native, as well as a first generation American. Her parents hail from Trinidad and Tobago and Nigeria. She is a 2015 Callaloo Creative Writing Workshop fellow, finalist for the Emerge-Be-Surface fellowship 2014, and a winner of the 2013 Poets & Writers Amy Award. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Washington Square Review, Day One, Winter Tangerine Hands Up Don't Shoot edition. She is currently an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Alabama— Tuscaloosa. In her spare time she enjoys the warm weather by doing hoodrat things with her friends.

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