White Feather

Directed by Ang Bey

Dramaturged by Raychel Ceciro

The White Feather Project is an ethnographic play concerning white fragility and cowardice. Devised from scholarly texts, primary sources, and in-person interviews, the community of Ursinus College is the vehicle and incubator for this piece.

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Performances took place on Thursday, April 25th, 2019 at Ursinus College as part of Celebration of Student Achievement (COSA) and Sunday, May 19th, 2019 as part of Shoebox Short Theatre Festival.​

Cast featuring Quinton J. Alexander and Bonnie Baldini


The Medusa Play

Written by Ang Bey

Directed by Ryan Rebel and Ang Bey

Academic Premiere at Ursinus College in Spring of 2019  (Directed by Tamanya Garza)

BARRYMORE RECOMMENDED World Premiere with Shoe Box Theatre Collective at Venice Island Performing Arts Center November 15th though 27th (Co-Directed by Ang Bey & Ryan Rebel)

Click here to read my director/playwright's note.

Photography by Christian Hayden

Cast features Taylor Cawley, Briyana D. Clarel, Bryce Menard, Terriny Morrison, & William Morrison


Poster design by Shahana Jan

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Imagine a world we may not live to see.

This play was devised over six weeks, in an entirely virtual process. Click here to take a look at our archive, including class videos, lesson plans, and deleted scenes.

Access the project website here.


Walk The Line

A hood-angel (Marissa Kennedy) Zoom-bombs Hudda's (Briyana D. Clarel) final moments. They are both in crisis. They argue over what it means to live and die in a world that'd rather you be erased. Hudda won't live to be erased.

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This reading was originally broadcast live to Facebook on September 17th, 2020. 



Isis (Adaeze Nwoko) and Nile (Satchel Willams) are in love and try very hard to keep that true. But distance, miscommunication, and fear marks disaster when you can't reach through a screen to hold a hand.