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May 17 - May 27$12
A white woman’s journey to understand race in America. Part spoken word, part stand-up comedy, crossing six centuries of history fraught with tragedy, trial, and tradition.
Over 150 years have passed since the end of the Civil War, but the nation seems more fractured than ever, especially along race and class lines. How did this happen? A massive historical scavenger hunt reveals the answer is surprisingly simple, and quite uncomfortable.
Don’t miss this amazing one-woman show written and performed by Orlando’s own, Amy Selikoff at the 2018 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival.
Thu, May 17th 5:30pm
Sun, May 20th 3:00pm
Wed, May 23rd 9:00pm
Sat, May 26th 1:00pm
Sun, May 27th 4:00pm
$2 discount to Fringe Artists, Volunteers, Students, Vets, Seniors
-“She is amazing and is funny and sarcastic, but does sometimes go overboard!” Anonymous Student, RateMyTeacher.com
-“I tell my mom what I learn in Mrs. Selikoff’s class and she gets confused and I have to explain it to her.” Anonymous Student, RateMyTeacher.com
-“Amy is one of the most entertaining and warmly human speakers in all of Orlando. You’d be crazy to miss a chance to experience her. So just don’t.” Eddie Selover, PechaKucha Orlando
-“Amy Selikoff has been one of those shining examples of an ideal Nerd Nite speaker. Intelligent, funny, and the kind of stage presence that is so magnetic…” Ricardo Williams, Nerd Nite Orlando