The OK Trenton Project
Associate Writers: Ryanne Domingues and Victoria Davidjohn
Dramaturgs: Kevin Bergen, Carlos Castillo, Jonathan Conner, Jane Cox, Stacey Derosier, Kara Jonsson, Alexandra Kostis, Dara Lewis, Bruce Lindsay, Robin Shane, Wendi Smith, and Yoshinori Tanokura
The OK Trenton Project is a documentary-style play about the reaction to a sculpture entitled “Helping Hands,” which was designed and built by local students and installed on a vacant city-owned lot in Trenton, NJ. Following concerns that the sculpture too closely resembled a gang symbol and could send the wrong message to residents, the piece was ultimately removed. Told through the words of Trenton’s law enforcement, city officials, artists, residents, and students, this play tells the story of what one piece of art can mean to a community.
Scheduled to premiere as a full production in October of 2021.
PlayLab Preview (available until June 31, 2021)
Passage Passport Holders
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To learn about online interviews with The OK Trenton Project artists David Lee White, Richard Bradford, and Wendi Smith, click here.
For educators who are interested in bring their classes to the live reading of The OK Trenton Project, our study guide, known as Passage Postscript, will be available here on April 26, 2021.
|June 19, 2021||7:00pm|