Genre: Drama, Lesbian+Gay
Written by Chisa Hutchinson, Directed by Jared Culverhouse

Inspired by true events, She Like Girls, follows the story of Kia Clark, a black teen, as she struggles with brutal self-discovery in the face of a non-accepting, insular community where falling outside of the norm is difficult and dangerous. When Kia’s relationship with Marisol Feliciano moves from friendship to something more, the absence of understanding and respect in their volatile urban environment create ripples of vehement hate. Chisa Hutchinson's She Like Girls is the story of two inner-city high school girls who fall in love and dare to challenge their world by choosing freedom over silence.

Cast: Ashley Noel Jones, Paul Notice Ii, Chaz Rose
Open:   12/02/09
Close:   12/30/09

She Like Girls plays the following regular schedule through December 30th:

Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Fridays at 8 p.m.
Saturdays at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sundays at 7 p.m.

There is an addition performance on Wednesday, December 23 at 2 p.m. and Sunday, December 27 at 2 p.m.
Theater:   Ohio Theater
Address:   66 Wooster St
New York, NY 10012
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Closest subway: A,C,E to Canal Street.; east to Wooster Street, north to the theatre

Buy Tickets Online or Call: TheaterMania at 212-352-3101
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Adam Belvo is stoked to be a part of She Like Girls. Recent New York appearances include Father/Kravchenko in GeminiCollison Works' production of "A Little Piece of the Sun"; Dino in "Lavaman" (Ice Factory '09); Rod in Bekah Brunstetter's "Real"; Rip in "Marfa Lights"; Lenny in "SPACE"; Adam in "New Car Play"; multiple ensemble roles in "IXOMIA"; Ernest in "The Impotence of Being Ernest" (Fuckplays festival @ The Ohio Theater); and the Priest, Vampire, the Painter and others in Caryl Churchill's "Mad Forest". Regional credits include Duncan in Cortland Rep Theatre's "Leading Ladies", the Orator in Gorilla Theater's production of "The Chairs" (Best of the Bay award, Best Play 2005, Tampa, FL.), and Sebastian in "Twelfth Night". Film includes Max in "The Language of the Animals." Adam is also a proud member of the Artistic Council of Working Man's Clothes Productions.

Karen Eilbacher is a New York native. From her earliest childhood memories to her later adolescent years, she consistently found a basketball between her two hands and her sneakers positioned sweetly up a court. Karen replaced the ball for a script and the court with a stage when she entered into New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts as a Drama Major. She has studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City, as well as The Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg, South Africa. She has worked with Working Man’s Clothes Productions, Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Ensemble Studio Theatre, NYU Tisch, The Lark Play Development Center, and Prophecy Productions in New York City, and has over 24 acting credits to her name. She resides in New York City.

Amelia Fowler, has most recently been seen in Commercial spots for Cablevision, the Biography Channel, the History Channel and IFC. She is also a long standing member of NYU’s First Look Theater Company and a a member of Comedy Sportz New York, one of New York’s premiere improv troupes. Ms.Fowler counts herself lucky to have had the good fortune to have had her talents called upon for (Crumbs from the Table of Joy) at the Joseph Papp Public Theater, (Mosquito Sandhouse) at Ensemble Studio Theater, (Hands) at the Cherry Lane Theater, (Love in The Eyes of Hope Dies Last) at LaMama Etc., Children of God at the Triad and (Atalanta and the Race for the Golden Cure) at Henry Street Settlement.


Lavita is happy to be working with Working Man's Clothes, again.

Born and raised in Mexico City, Karen first moved to the U.S. to study Theatre at Texas State University. After graduating with her BFA, Karen moved to New York City to pursue professional work and continue studies at Circle in the Square, where she met her current mentor Alan Langdon. Recently, Karen completed the Labyrinth Theater Company Master Class, which, apart from furthering her acting technique, has pushed her forward into writing and directing. Karen has consistently acted professionally in Theatre, TV, Film, and Modeling since graduating. She divides her time working between New York City and Mexico. She can currently be seen at the screening of the film “Insidious” at this year’s New York International Film Festival. This is Karen’s first full production with Working Man’s Clothes. She is incredibly excited about the opportunity to work with such a talented and passionate group of people. She deeply believes “She Like Girls” is a story that needs to be told, and she is touched to be a part of what she thinks is a truly powerful production.