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how i almost died at prom : the cabaret

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"How I Almost Died at Prom" is the theatrical telling of a lowly scholarship girl's time at private school. Think "Gossip Girl" meets Jordan Peele's "Get Out." Featuring thirteen musical numbers from your favorite 2000s Broadway tunes and Alternative Pop Stars - as told by the writer and her pretentious and terrifying friends from a *ehem* fictional  *cough* prep school on the Upper East Side. A mostly fictional, semi-autobiographical story about friendship, color-blindness, and some form of class warfare. Also featuring New York's best singers, vogue dancers, and gender non-specific opulence. Performed at the Magnet Theater on November 12th, 2021 to a sold out audience! Check back here for information on future shows. 

Musical Improv
Weekly improvised musicals with Salem Improv are available online at for the duration of the pandemic, and in person at the Magnet Theater in New York afterward.


Standup Comedy
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Black Lavender Brown

from Cookout! Character and Improv Show, directed by Monique Moses and Ty Portis

The Perils of Private School, from an Unfriendly Black Hottie

from Everyone Is Sad: A Stand-Up Show, hosted by Perri Gross

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