Urgent, intimate, and magnetic, Donna-Michelle St. Bernard gives a performance of profound poetic justice with storytelling, spoken word, and rap.
Humour and timing provide sharp contrast to hardened realities. Doughnut cravings, 5 a.m. moments coming home from gigs, and the friendships of the rap scene collide with layered stories of dog whistle racism, over policing, and legacies of slavery in historic and modern times. Comically absurd, this juxtaposition reflects reality for many of us. Part concert, part theatre, this radical work offers a bold, subversively funny perspective on injustice and the joy in nurturing who and what we love.
Warning: police violence
Warning: contains police violence