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CANCELED: Diaries of a Honkynigger

Meagan Kimberly Smith

Theater, Comedy & Improv, Immersive/Interactive Experience


This show has been canceled.

Ever met a Honkynigger before? Meet Meagan, a mixed-race Black and White clown. She's got a bone to pick with mommy and daddy.  Meagan will fumble, flail, and cackle her way back to the truth. IF she can find it. She will chat with her slutty shadow from Vegas, chug the breast milk from her fathers mistress, and go door to door preaching the good news like the pure Jehovah's witness she was raised to be. Anything to figure out who the hell she is and which parts of her identity she's allowed to claim.

Cannonball, produced by Almanac Dance Circus Theatre, is the first and largest independent festival hub of the Philadelphia Fringe that presents risk-taking independent artists in back-to-back performances next to delicious lounge spaces, fostering creative collisions and community conversation.

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Run Time: 60 mins
Ticket Price: $25
Venue: MAAS Building Studio Dates: September 24, 2023 - September 29, 2023

September 24, 2023 8.15pm

1320 N 5th St

General Admission: $25

PWYC Options

September 27, 2023 7.00pm

1320 N 5th St

General Admission: $25

PWYC Options

September 29, 2023 7.00pm

1320 N 5th St

General Admission: $25

PWYC Options

About the Artist

Meagan Kimberly Smith is a philly based classically trained actress and singer. She gained her BFA at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Meagan is a mixed-race Black woman of color and the Co-founder of Mixed in America, a community organization dedicated to having a more nuanced conversation about race in America, specifically through the multiracial lens. Meagan's recent credits: Pig Iron's Path of Pins or the Path of Needles,  NBC’s Blindspot, Comedy Central's Other Two, Netflix’s Banana Split, Netflix's Interview with God, and Terranova's Hannah & the Healing Stone. Meagan hopes to bring diversity, depth and humor to every role she steps into.

Accessibility & Content Considerations

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This event is appropriate for ages 18+

Adult Language

Audience Interaction

This piece unpacks race, prejudice, privilege, and systems of of racial oppression.

Covid-19 Safety policy

This event does not require proof of vaccination to attend or masks to be worn


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