You are cordially invited to the Premiere Benefit of Ready Steady Yeti Go hosted by Safe & Sound Hillsborough in partnership with Howard W. Blake High School for the Performing Arts on Thursday, February 7, 2019 with a reception starting at 6:00 p.m.; Curtain Call at 7:00 p.m. and Talk Back at 8:30 p.m.
Join us along with the cast & crew as we discuss the issues of race, stigma and perception in our communities!
For tickets visit http://bit.ly/2RJw6Ui. Proceeds of the evening’s performance will benefit Hillsborough County students and will make it possible for youth to attend a future performance.
Ready Steady Yeti Go by David Jacobi and Directed by Dan Granke
2016 Relentless Award Semifinalist
A National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere
In the aftermath of a hate crime, Goon befriends Carly Uhlenbeek, the only black girl in school. Things start to go south when bad parental advice parental advice, passive-aggressive acts, and ill-formed gestures of kindness threaten to drown their relationship.
“This play is hugely theatrical, downright hilarious, and has great compassion for all of its young characters. A brilliant satire examining the ways in which even the most well-intentioned folks working to stand up against racism can still perpetuate it.”
We thank you for your support!