top of page

7:30p February 9-10 2013

ASU Prism Theatre

Written by Jeremy Gillett

Directed by Jeremy Gillett
Performed by Jeremy Gillett

Lighting Designer Caila Evans

This one-man show explores issues of race, class, and identity. Through the life stories of his characters, Big Man, Joshua Thomas, Northington III, Darrion, and Marcy, Gillett gives his audience insight on what it is like to be a young Black adult. Using a series of vignettes, the play looks at how each character feels to be invisible and without voice.

About the Performer

University of Kentucky alumnus and Arizona State University MFA graduate student Jeremy Gillett started his acting career as a student at Bluegrass Community and Technical College and has appeared in the UK productions The Grapes of Wrath, A Doll’s House, and the African Company Presents Richard III. He has performed Black & 25 In America at Arizona Latino Arts and Culture Center. He also has been in Stray Cat’s production of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, and he recently was part of an ensemble role in Arizona Theatre Company’s production of Emma. Also in February he can be seen in ASU Gammage’s production of City Council Meeting written by Aaron Landsman and directed by Mallory Catlett.



bottom of page