How to Succeed as an Ethnically Ambiguous Actor

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Written by: Zenobia Shroff and Arpita Mukherjee

Performed by: Zenobia Shroff

Directed by: Arpita Mukherjee

“What kinda name is that?” Zenobia has been battling this question and other micro aggressions for the three decades she’s been an actor in New York City. Now she’s wondering – leaving her family behind in India, giving up any chance of a normal personal life, and enduring audition after audition where no one could tell “what she is” – was it all worth it? Presented by Congressional Honoree Hypokrit Theatre Company and performed by award-winning actor Zenobia Shroff, How to Succeed is a play about the paths we choose and the lives we don’t.

Venue: Paradise Factory, Downstairs Theater, 64 East 4th Street

Schedule:

Sun 6/19 9pm

Tues 6/21 6:15pm

Sat 6/25 1pm

Thurs 7/7 9:15pm

Fri 7/8 7pm

Sat 7/9 12:25pm

Opens at the Planet Connections Theater Festivity on June 19

 

Watch the trailer for “How to Succeed as an Ethnically Ambiguous Actor” here!

Rave Reviews about How to Succeed as an Ethnically Ambiguous Actor: 

Brown Girl Magazine calls How to Succeed as an Ethnically Ambiguous Actor a phenomenal one-woman show 

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Theater Pizzazz impressed by Zenobia Shroff’s commendable performance:

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