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I'm Good on Any Fulton Street! They Good!

Ianne will be playing Queenie in Morgan Wardlaw’s Fulton.

THE BLACK BOX PROJECT is an NYC-based new play reading series and artist’s salon for emerging Black playwrights. Our mission is simple: to provide black playwrights across the diaspora a space to improve their craft through readings, workshops, and feedback. Our inaugural reading will feature Queen Peaches by Alric Davis and FULTON by Morgan Wardlaw. 

Credits: 
Nyla Adele: founder, co-curator, co-producer
Rosie DeSantis: co-curator, co-producer
Toney Goins: co-curator, co-producer 
 
FULTON by Morgan Wardlaw 
A contemporary kitchen sink drama inspired by the murder of Saheed Vassell, about the intersections of blackness, mental illness, and gentrification. 

MORGAN WARDLAW, writer of FULTON, is an Actress, Playwright, and professional violinist based in New York City. Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Morgan attended Northwest School of the Arts and was a staple in the Charlotte theatre scene, performing with companies such as Children's Theatre of Charlotte, Theatre Charlotte, and CPCC Summer Theatre. She is an alumna of Randolph College, and currently enrolled at the Stella Adler Conservatory.

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