2/28/2021

From Parity Productions: Shualee Cook's CERCLE HERMAPHRODITOS

Parity Productions is pleased to present a
Virtual Reading of Cercle Hermaphroditos by
2019 Parity Commission winner Shualee Cook.

Join a digital audience to watch a free screening of the reading, which incorporates design elements
as directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser,
followed by a brief panel discussion with creatives.

Thursday, March 4th at 3:00PM EST on Zoom.
Please RSVP by 6PM EST on Wednesday, March 3rd.
Can’t make our live event? 

Register here to receive a link to view the reading for FREE at your convenience from Monday, March 8th at 11AM EST until
Monday, March 22nd at 11PM EST:
Cercle Hermaphroditos runs approximately 120 minutes
followed by a short panel discussion.
In 1895 New York, trans man Ambrose Carlton finds a rare opportunity to beat the restrictively gendered system around him when he meets Laureline Reeves, founder of an underground social club for trans femmes known as the Cercle Hermaphroditos. Ambrose hopes to find a lady at the club he can legally marry, then play the roles expected of them in public while pursuing the life they want in private. But finding the proper match becomes more difficult than he expected, especially after the club is raided by police and the fragile safe place Laureline has created threatens to break apart for good. Based on true historical events.
CAST
Jordan Ho (xe/her)
"Plum Gardner"
Kevin Kantor
Kevin Kantor (they/them)
"Jennie June"
Stevie Love
Stevie Love (they/them)
"Laureline Reeves"
JJ Maley
JJ Maley (they/them)
"Ambrose Carlton"
Scott Martineck (he/him)
"Officer Clark / Gentleman"
Jonathon Ryon (he/him)
"Bertram Templeton"
Abraham Shaw (he/him)
"Officer Leahy / Gentleman"
Ianne Stewart Fields
Ianne Fields Stewart
(she/her, they/them)
"Phyllis Angevine"
Bailey Macejak
Bailey Macejak (she/her)
"Stage Directions"
TEAM
Judith Binus (she/her)
Assistant Director
Theo Campbell (they/them)
Costume Designer
Jennifer Kranz (she/her)
Dramaturg

Andreea Mincic (she/her)
Set/Background &
Props Designer
Priscilla Villanueva
(she/her, they/them)
Production Manager
Join us for our live event
March 4th:
Register to watch
March 8th to 22nd:
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department
of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
NYC Cultural Affairs
(Tickets to the reading are free, with a suggested donation
of $10 if you are in a position to give.)


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