October 25, 26 at 8 p.m.
October 26, 27 at 2 p.m.
Written by ShaWanna Goffney
Directed by Laura Moreno
Every year, we handpick the best new play by one of our students and produce the show for your enjoyment. We invite you to support our theatre stars of tomorrow!
Hollywood, 1954. A black and white female comedy duo run the risks of satirizing Jim Crow America with their racy, edgy and racially progressive sketch comedy show. Eva Rose and Doris Jean long to become more than just television stars. Doris is determined to break out of playing only servant roles. Eva Rose is starving for proper A-list stardom and financial freedom at last. But when they are both invited to audition for the titular role in the epic film “Cleopatra,” their rare friendship is put to the ultimate test.
This exciting world premiere from UH senior ShaWanna Goffney explores the fragility of genuine friendship and the painful nuances of “classic” Hollywood.Purchase Tickets Now!
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Standby Ticket Policy
Please note: Advanced ticket sales close two (2) hours prior to the start of an event.
Due to limited seating in Quintero Theatre and Studio 208, performances often sell out before advanced ticket sales close. However, standby tickets are still available the day of the show on a first come, first served basis. See our full Standby Ticket Policy for more information.
Old Black and White Hollywood Program