hypersensitive

Vanessa German

Vanessa German

Written by and starring Vanessa German
Directed by Ashley Southers
Filming May 18th: VIP tickets now on sale!
Online presentation at a future date

A love poem for strange Black Girls, fat Black Girls, Winged Black Girls, the Missing Black Girls, the Black Girls who rode skateboards to school, Black Girls whose eyebrows were never on Fleek, Black Girls who dig aloneness and Black Girls who do magic.

Our upcoming production of hypersensitive is a world premiere, a one-woman show featuring multidisciplinary artist Vanessa German as playwright and performer.

This production will be safely filmed outdoors on Tuesday, May 18th at 7:30 PM, on Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s mobile stage at Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park, as part of PBT’s Open Air: A Series in Celebration of the Performing Arts. VIP in-person tickets to attend the filming are now on sale.

This filmed production will also be presented for online viewing at a future date. You can donate now to support our new season.

You can purchase a $27.50 in-person VIP seat to the outdoor filming of this production below. Please join us in person for this world premiere! Only 250 seats are available for this one-time live event.

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Note: This production will be recorded for online use. By purchasing a ticket, you consent to the use of your voice or likeness as an an audience member in any such recordings.