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FREE YOUR MIND, FREE YOURSELF Brings Drama, Dance and More to The Producers Club Tonight

A show about overcoming prejudice and letting go of expectations in order to free ourselves is coming to New York.

The show consists of two one-act plays, contemporary/experimental dances, visual arts, and more - directed by Renoly Santiago (Dangerous Minds, Hackers, Con Air).

Prejudice (play 1): "When two roommates who highly dislike each other are forced to spend time together because of a tornado, they find out that they have way more in common than they could have ever imagined."

Ride (play 2): "Off-Broadway. Night time. A Turkish pedicab driver hails a good-looking actress. Not completely unusual, is it? She's got the looks, she's got the part, and she's pursuing her dream. He's a foreigner, he's got a not so glorious job, and he's probably not that wise. Right? Not quite. She's lost and unsatified, while he's grounded and happy. The lesson? He'll tell her. They'll tell you."

"Don't be a prisoner, set yourself free!" says Mathilde Dehaye, writer/producer of the show. She adds "You know the blinders we put on horses so they can't get scared by what's around? Maybe that's what we tend to put on. So why not remove the blinders and choose to see? Why not promoting love instead of fear, and accept, even cherish the differences between each other?"

Featuring: Fionna Robert (Mad Max, Younger, Donny!) as Samantha, Reza Salazar (Daredevil, The Knick, The Blacklist) as Samuel, Ursula Garcia (Confundida, El Burlador de Sevilla, Twelve Angry Jurors) as Tahira & Mathilde Dehaye (Scenes From The Underground, Rhythm in Me, Little Miss Fresno) as Mary. Choreographed by Katie Kilbourn & Kianna Moye (Borne Dance Company). With dancers Katie Kilbourn, Kianna Moye, Claire Cook, Christine Gilbert, Lauran Spencer (Borne Dance Company).

"Free Your Mind, Free Yourself" opens tonight, Sept. 29th, and runs through October 2nd at The Producers Club (358 West 44th Street). Performances are Thur., Fri., Sat., Sun. at 8PM. Doors open at 7.30PM. Tickets are $20. For tickets go to or reserve them at freeyourself.bpt.me or directly at freeyourselftickets@gmail.com.


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