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ARTE NOIR EDITORIAL

THE UTERINE FILES AT LANGSTON



We urge you to check out this timely piece of theater exploring the generational trauma on Black women's bodies created by our friends, the poet Jourdan Imani Keith, and performer and director Sadiqua Iman. The Uterine Files is a trilogy following three Black women through living, learning, and remembering the war against their wombs. You can read a full preview of the production via South Seattle Emerald here.


Content advisory: The Uterine Files is an Intergenerational Afro-futurist depiction that includes stories of trauma experienced by enslaved women, children, and men in the 1860s and their descendants in the United States. Explicit descriptions of sexual violence, and racially motivated violence will be included in the narrative.


Purchase your tickets HERE!


THE UTERINE FILES

Written by Jourdan Imani Keith

Directed by Sadiqua Iman

May 25 - June 2

Friday + Saturday: 7:30 PM, Sunday matinees: 2 PM



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