Q: What was it about this show that made you want to come see it?
A: (all) Kara Young!
A: (middle) I saw her at a theater up in Harlem where she is from. She is just so versatile.
A: (left) I actually saw the reading of this play and I couldn’t wait to see it again.
A: (right) I came for Kara.
Q: What is it that you like so much about her?
A: (middle) She is like a magical black pixie. I don’t even know. She is just a ball of light and energy. She is setting everything on fire right now. Her indie is taking off and she has worked so hard. Nothing has been handed to her and as a young woman of color she is just killing it. It is so nice to see her come into her own.
A: (right) It’s really inspiring. We’re also in the community with her. So we get to see her in so many versatile roles.
A: (middle) She can play an old woman and she can play a child.
A: (left) She can play a sexy old woman!
Q: Why is it important to come and support work like this that is playing at The Public?
A: (left) Well someday they aren’t going to be at The Public and we get to say we saw them first.
A: (middle) It’s true. I saw Hamilton here. I saw Fun Home here.
A: (right) I took a picture with my friend here when we saw Fun Home and now next week I’m going to see him in Fun Home. That’s the dream.
A: (middle) It’s also going. There was a reading here and now it is a production so let's see where it goes from here.