Upcoming Solo Shows

“Go ye therefore and teach all nations what justice needs to be about…” Simone 3:9

The Epistle of Her is a choreopoem written and performed by Leslie N. Polk, where she finds herself at the dinner table, conversing with spirit guides and writing letters to her ancestors. This comes after an enraging experience that leads to questions about the impact of religion on race, gender, and sexuality.

With a mix of brute honesty and humor – and through awe-inspiring poetry, deep expressions of movement, and thought-provoking monologues – this play seeks to challenge harmful embedded theologies that ignore the value and interrelatedness of all beings. In doing so, it commemorates and celebrates women from the past, calling the performer and the audience to cultivate spaces of transformation for personal and communal well-being.

Content Warning:

language and depictions of physical violence

“THE EPISTLE OF HER” Hollywood Fringe Festival

Event Dates:

Sunday, June 09, 20242:30 pm Pacific
4:30 pm Central
5:30 pm Eastern
Sunday, June 23, 20242:30 pm Pacific
4:30 pm Central
5:30 pm Eastern
Saturday, June 29, 202411:00 am Pacific
1:00 pm Central
2:00 pm Eastern


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