Equal and Terrifying by Kimberly Dixon-Mays (she/her/hers)
Andrea, a reclusive middle-aged visual artist, has her work and life interrupted when Sophie, a late friend’s twenty-something daughter, comes looking for answers about her mother’s past. The two get stuck in Andrea’s studio in a supernatural vicious circle, fighting to define what connection they owe each other as acquaintances, artists and Black women, and what escape looks like.
Black Girl Joy by Phanésia Pharel (she/her/hers)
At the Black Girl Joy Center for Vulnerable Youth in Miami, Trina, JT, Squeaks and Donna come together to share their story. Shifting between memory, choreo poems and a juicy plot, Black Girl Joy is a ritual play for black girls/women to heal from intimate partner violence, a loss of girlhood and the death of their friends.
Radial Gradient by Jasmine Sharma (she/her/hers)
Three women enter a research study in an effort to create positive change after a hate crime takes place at their university. Radial Gradient challenges what complicity looks like, and asks what will we do when it looks like us?