By James Ijames
Directed by Danielle Drakes
February 20–March 8, 2020
“Kill Move Paradise” takes the Elysium of Greek antiquity and flips the script. Set in a cosmic waiting room in the afterlife prepared for its newly deceased inhabitants, we follow Isa, Daz, Grif and Tiny as they try to make sense of the world they have been untimely ripped from. Inspired by ever growing list of slain unarmed black men and women, “Kill Move Paradise” is an expressionistic buzz saw through the contemporary myth that "all lives matter" and a portrait of the slain, not as degenerates who deserved death but as heroes who demand that we see them for the splendid beings they are.
“Radiates an urgent and hypnotic theatrical energy.” The New York Times
Approximate Running Time: 72 minutes
Age Restrictions:17+ The production contains adult themes as well as content that some may find triggering such as Racial Violence, Profane/Vulgar Language, Death/Dying
This production includes the use of strobe effects
Groups of 10 or more can purchase tickets for $34 each. Call the Horowitz Center Box Office to book your group or use the code "GROUP10
" to access the group pricing online. We cannot guarantee that your entire group will be able to sit together. So book your seats early. Be sure to call the Horowitz Center Box Office if anyone in your party needs special accommodations such as floor seating, hearing devices, or some other service prior to arrival. We cannot guarantee floor level seating without advance notice.
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Tuesday through Friday from 12:00PM to 5:00PM