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high noon

Black queer and trans* artists take on america’s poisonous lust for the lone ranger.

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Honey Honey tells the story of three young queer folks growing up together. In lieu of the pandemic, we're adapting our play script into a movie script and we're inviting YOU to help us make this movie. Click the link below to learn more about how you can be a part of this communally sourced film project.

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Ninth Planet’s Digital Play Package provides inspiration for playtime at home! Have fun with music, dance and crafts designed specially to appeal to babies and early toddlers, while teaching you about the fundamentals of early childhood development.

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Honey Honey is a new immersive performance from Ninth Planet and Brandi Burgess for young adults that shares the experience of growing up queer, brown and black, and trans* through fantasy, music, digital media and participatory storytelling.

honey honey: phase I + II

Homeworld is a drop of water on the moon.

Homeworld is a gentle dance performance created for babies, ages 3 to 18 months, and their caregivers.



Strange Tenants is a haunted house inside the body of a womxn. 

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Co-created by Bryn Mawr Bi-College Students of Theater and Dance

particular risk

Co-created by BRAT productions and Sam Tower + Ensemble

nowhere fast: a rock noir cabaret

Past film collaborations with artist and filmmaker Tess Kunik

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Co-created with art collective Plant Me Here and electronic musician Shakai Mondai

i'd rather choke

Presented in 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival

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