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Tambo and Bones are two characters in a minstrel show. They soon come to realize that they are, in fact, just two characters in a minstrel show. This realization brings them great distress. All they want is some quarters and a nap. They decide that there is only one solution: they must find and kill the source of all their troubles. TAMBO & BONES interrogates the intersection of race and capitalism, and the connection between pain, profit, and audience. 

April 2019: Staged Reading at Playwrights Horizons (dir. Miranda Haymon)


September 2018: Developed at The Black Swan Lab at Oregon Shakespeare Fest.

September 2018: Developed at SPACE on Ryder Farm

May 2018: MFA Production in Wagner New Play Festival 

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