The photo below is from the Grinning Skull performance at The Paul Robeson Theatre Festival.
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“Grinning Skull” by playwright Sikivu Hutchinson left The Paul Robeson Theatre Festival audience gasping for its thrilling elements.
“Grinning Skull” is set in Los Angeles in 1946, three female washroom attendants wrestle with the decision to unionize, bucking racism, sexism, and class discrimination at the Pacific Electric Railway subway terminal. Testing the limits of solidarity, they come face to face with years of collective rage, resentment and suspicion, forging a final alliance in the claustrophobic netherworld of serving ‘Miss Ann’.
Actors: (L to R) JC Cadena , Cydney Davis , Quonta Beasley