Presented by Harvard Black C.A.S.T.

By Sharon Bridgforth
Directed by Madison Johnson ’18
Produced by Feyi Edun ’18, Gabriela Díaz ’16, and Genesis De Los Santos ’19


Loeb Experimental Theater

Thursday, April 13 at 7pm
Friday, April 14 at 7pm
Saturday, April 15 at 2pm
Saturday, April 15 at 7pm
Thursday, April 20 at 7pm
Friday, April 21 at 7pm
Saturday, April 22 at 2pm

Run time: 2 hours with intermission.

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loveconjure/blues by Sharon Bridgforth is an experimental performance novel following a community of black women and queer folks and their ancestors in a blues joint in the south. It is a celebration of the ways that black people have survived, remembering and re-membering black love and black ancestry and praising the musicality of black life and language. The piece draws on non-linearity, the west african griot story-telling tradition, ancient ritual, and theatrical jazz theory. In loveconjure/blues, “the past the present the future the living and the dead co-exist together/at the same time in a weave of dreams/Prayers/Love/Spirit expressed.”


Liat Rubin
Lauren Nicholson
David Mugi
Kelcee Everette
Jessy Boursiquot
Najya Williams
Genesis De Los Santos
Ian Askew


Director … Madison Johnson
Executive Producer … Feyi Edun
Financial Producer … Genesis De Los Santos
Publicity Producer … Gabriela Díaz
Stage Manager … Hakeem Angulu
Lighting Designers … Vanessa Lam, Monica Song
Sound Designers … Ian Askew, Macey Peay
Costume Designer … Dajon Alexander
Musical Dramaturgs … Joshuah Campbell, Gabriela Díaz