True stories about HIV and AIDS through monologues and dance produced in 2019
Positive Secrets was written in response to the death of one of our company from AIDS, at the age of 16. The piece uses original music , hip hop dance and monologues to tell stories gleaned from interviews with local youth who are living with HIV and AIDS. Even though it deals with a dark subject, it is presented with humor and breathtaking dances that reflect the feelings of the stories told. It is a unique piece that was created to save lives.
Below is a short video featuring highlights of Positive Secrets – AIDS and the Hip Hop Generation
These young Shakespearean actors used their talents to share the message, with the Hip Hop Generation…
AIDS is still deadly, but it’s preventable and treatable. Featured at LA fringe Festival Summer 2019.
A Play by:
Directed and Choreographed by:
Samantha “Sam Bam” Christian
Saint Lonzon Banson
Joaneisha “Joa Joa” Jones
Mia K. Williams
World Premier at:
Hollywood Fringe Fest – June 2019
Inner City Preforming Arts and Stoic Media
Video Produced by:
Paul H. Richards