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The Secret Life of Wonder: a prologue in G by TS Hawkins

The Secret Life of Wonder: a prologue in G
by TS Hawkins

The Secret Life of Wonder: a prologue in G, by TS Hawkins, journeys through the lives of seven girls being escorted into womanhood. Embracing multiple levels of play, the girls teach one another ways to interact with the world at large. Using poetic dialogue, these girls introduce that their similarities expand beyond their assigned genders while exploring how their differences bring them together. Positioning itself as a foreshadowing to Ntozake Shange's work "for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf", The Secret Life of Wonder: a prologue in G highlights the embryonic spark of when all girls gather; soothing one’s aches, sorting each one’s puzzles, and sharing one’s triumphs with her chosen collective.

PRODUCTION HISTORY
*First appearance courtesy of Mz. Fest, a premiere festival hosted by Plays & Players, that brings multiple local theatre companies together for a week to explore, question, and celebrate female stories. This year, Mz. Fest 2015 attempts to answer “Who are women in today’s world? In yesterday’s world? And in tomorrow’s world?” Cast/Crew: Playwright TS Hawkins, Director Amber Emory. Featuring: Nastassja Baset, Marisol Custodio, Jackie DiFerdinando, Kimie Muroya, Kaitlyn Pribulsky, Zoe Richards, Rebekah Sharp, and special guest appearance by Steve Wright.

*Second appearance courtesy of (re)FOCUS FEST, a premiere festival of four collaborators; Kaleid Theatre, Power Street Theatre, [redacted] theater company, and emerging playwright TS Hawkins who wanted to showcase work that explores the power of “privilege”. Cast/Crew: Playwright TS Hawkins, Director Cheyenne Barboza, Assistant Director Katrina Shobe. Featuring: Leah Holleran, Maria Beltre, Kaitlin Pribulsky, April Rose Davis, Bianca A. Davies, Nastassja Baset, Katrina Shobe, and special guest appearance by Donnell  Powell.

TESTIMONIALS
*Dr. Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon: Envisioning what might have come before Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls...Hawkins’ new play The Secret Life of Wonder: a prologue in G is engaging and honest, lyrical, grim and real; but more than that, it is a must see!

*Alonzo Delaine: My daughter and I enjoyed it immensely plus had great conversations....thanks for creating such great work....We are indeed Temple Made!!!!

*Frank Lewis: I truly enjoyed SLW! Awesome, raw emotion released on stage…instantly pulled in by the artistry of the words. It was bold, it had sass, it tugged at my emotions as is it spewed many thoughts one might wonder. I love Hawkins' work and how it's evolving... Kudos to the actors who brought your efforts to fruition. Anyone who has an opportunity to experience this great piece of work should do so!

*Tara Lessard: Such a beautiful play! "The Secret Life of a Wonder a Prologue in G" made me laugh, cry, sweat, ponder, dream & smile…Hawkins is the best!

*Sandra Toney: Well written and Hawkins’ vision is true to life of what embodies the evolution of girlhood into womanhood!

*Brandy Bones: Powerful performances, beautiful language, and captivating choreography! Thank you for inviting the public to check out this work!

*Alex Davis: Thought-provoking and interesting. A very unique piece that should be largely produced!!

*Cheryl Williams: It’s like watching Shakespeare! Brilliant linguistic energy and emotional connection via brain power! Awesome production!

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