“Antwone Fisher: A Play” at UCLA

I’m very excited to announce my last show at UCLA. Antwone Fisher, the subject (and writer) of Denzel Washington’s 2002 movie of that same name, is retelling the story of his life in theatrical form, using actors from UCLA’s grad program to portray the cast of hustlers, sailers, neighborhood kids, and family members that populate his incredible past.

I don’t mean to gush, but it’s been an honor to work with Antwone and to try to bring this material to life. It’s an incredible, terrifying, heartbreaking, inspiring story, and it’s a terrific way to bring my 3 years in grad school to a close.

I hope you can come. I have a feeling it’s going to be a hot ticket, so please make reservations early!

Buy Tickets for Antwone Fisher: A PlayANTWONE FISHER: A PLAY
written & directed by Antwone Fisher

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Feb 29-March 3 & March 14-March 17 at 8pm
Matinees March 3 & March 17 at 2pm

UCLA’s MacGowan Hall, Room 1340

Directions: Enter UCLA on Hilgard Ave near Sunset. Park in Structure 3. MacGowan Hall faces the Murphy Sculpture Garden; the theater is in Room 1340 on the first floor.

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