Audience: Donovan Marshall
So much more than the atypical "boy of color coming of age in a racial America". Rather a tour the force of innocence on a collision course with awareness and quest for belonging - unapologetically. "Black when I was a boy" uses raw emotions, gut wrenching laughter and audacious storytelling to unravel the journey to find purpose when face real obstacles - race, disillusionment of family, sexual awesomeness, and conflicts of self-esteem. This piece is well written, and performed; it is a MUST See!