with: Mistah Coles, Juan Reyna, Moira Cutler, Alexandra Pinel, Katherine Horejsi, Hjordis Lynn-Blanford, Simba Yangala, Hilen Shyu, Atsuko Matsuyama and Susana Cook.
A hysterical satire about racism and discrimination, a family melodrama for these fascist times. In the brazen, wacky play, a white nationalist family falls into a muddy and desperate identity crisis when they are attacked by "La Contaminación Cultural." Their sense of language, grammar and origin get altered, making them question who they really are.
Born in Argentina, Susana Cook is a New York-based performance artist who has been writing and producing original work for over 20 years. She has presented over 17 original plays in New York and around the world. Susana writes and directs all her shows and performs in them with her company. Her work is bold and funny, cleverly tackling racism, homophobia and animal rights. Her cast is comprised mostly of minority and queer women. Her work has been presented in numerous performance spaces in New York City, including Dixon Place, PS. 122, W.O.W Cafe Theater and The Kitchen. She also performed internationally in Spain, France, India, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, and Canada.