Written and performed by Jason Odell Williams
One Night Only!
SEPTEMBER 18th, 2023
A heartbroken and despondent art restorer/tour guide tries to cope with the loss of their partner, David, through the destruction of another David: Michelangelo's. In this solo show, Destroying David explores grief, revenge, and immortality through one person's response to tragedy.
The Great Room, 138 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, NY
OUT NOW: AFO SOLO SHORTS ROUND 4
AFO Solo Shorts is an ongoing series of solo short films, created by artists of varying disciplines.
Projects must meet the following criteria:
Feature a solo performer
Be three minutes or less
Expand the form of solo performance
Amplify underrepresented voices
Now available for viewing, watch Round 4 of AFO Solo Shorts here.
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A new short film from afo's 2020 artist in residence, kareem m. lucas
ANNOUNCING THE 2022
afo SOLO COLLECTIVE
four extraordinary ARTISTS.
four new solo WORKS-IN-PROGRESS.
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