This is my first time doing this...........
I've NEVER paid anyone for sex before.........
WHORING IS HARD WORK. And now the competition is about to get stiffer with the influx of the newly jobless. Whore Works takes a sharp, witty, balls-out look at a black male hooker’s day-to-night struggle with hating and sometimes loving men who are paying him to, well.........you know.
A young hooker (Juan Michael Porter II) services
several different tricks (Bryan Webster) in this
provocative new play in which two black actors
wrestle with the question: Isn't Money Love?
About the Company: Sugar Valley Theatricals
Promoting thought provoking theatre for actors of colour.
Cast: Bryan Webster
Fri-Sun, March 13-15; 7:30 pm
Fri-Sun, March 20-22; 7:30 pm
Theater: Spoon Theatre
Address: 38 West 38th Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10018
Buy Tickets Online or Call: TheaterMania at 212-352-3101
Most recently appeared as Creon in the Take Wing and Soar production of Medea directed by Petronia Paley and as Baptista in the Misfit Toys Rep production of Taming of the Shrew. He has performed with the Public Theater in Everybody's Ruby, directed by Kenny Leon; Theater For a New Audience in As You Like It, directed by Mark Rylance; and The Ridiculous Theatrical Company in Big Hotel, directed by Everett Quinton. In addition, he's worked at several Shakespeare festivals including those in Boston, North Carolina and Camden, Maine. His voiceover work was recently heard on national commercials for Prilosec. He is the recipient of the 2008 Earl Hyman Award.
Is a proud native of the "Motor City," Detroit, Michigan. A recipient of two AUDELCO awards and three Audiophile Golden Earphones awards, she has also appeared in films such as Thirty Years to Life and Indelible and has television credits which include Law & Order and two of its franchise dramas, as well as Rescue Me, The Chris Rock Show, and Reading Rainbow. Cutting her directing teeth in Detroit on such projects as for colored girls..., the one-man show Brother Malcom X: Reminiscences of a Black Revolutionary and The Mighty Gents, she slid into the director's chair at STW in Stamford, Connecticut on A Lesson Before Dying (which won two Connecticut Critics Circle Awards). She has also helmed Crumbs from the Table of Joy, Medal of Honor Rag, Blood Knot, A Walk in the Woods and Intimate Apparel. Some of her favorite New York directing credits include We Are Your Sisters for the Blue Heron Theatre, We Beat Whitey Ford for PSNBC, and The Second Coming and Nobody Was Supposed to Survive: The MOVE Massacre for The Open Eye: Eye on Directors Festival. A guest director at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and a part-time scene study instructor at the New York Film Academy, she has also written, produced and directed a short film and is currently negotiating production of stage and film projects.
Juan Michael Porter II learned the art of writing under the tutelage of his younger sister, the genius Lauren Kinsey.