KILL MOVE PARADISE Online Discussions

April 6 • April 14 • April 22

In conjunction with remote view performances of Kill Move Paradise, TimeLine is offering three opportunities for anyone who has seen the production to gather via a Zoom online video conference with members of the artistic team, including director Wardell Julius Clark, TimeLine Artistic Director PJ Powers, and dramaturg Jared Bellot.

SPECIAL GUEST: Playwright James Ijames is scheduled to participate in the discussion on Tuesday, April 14 at 6pm.

One-hour discussions are scheduled on these dates:

  • Monday, April 6 at 6pm
  • Tuesday, April 14 at 6pm
  • Wednesday, April 22 at 6pm

Register for a Discussion

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! Further details will be shared in advance of each discussion only with those who register. Please be sure to register no later than two hours prior to your scheduled discussion.

February 12 - March 12, 2020 (theatrical) + April 1 - 19, 2020 (remote viewing)

Kill Move Paradise closed its theatrical performance run on March 12 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, due to the incredible cooperation of artist unions, Dramatists Play Service, and playwright James Ijames, we can now offer a limited number of opportunities to see the show from the comfort of your home, with a week to watch at a time convenient for you, by streaming a previously filmed performance, edited to provide close-ups and full coverage of the staging. If you are a TimeLine Subscriber, you can use your FlexPass admissions as usual for remote viewing. A limited number of remote viewing tickets are also available for the general public.

About Remote Viewing

Described by playwright James Ijames as “an expressionistic buzz saw through the contemporary myth that ‘all lives matter,’” this The New York Times Critic’s Pick play is a powerful and provocative reflection on recent events, illustrating the possibilities of collective transformation and radical acts of joy.

Torn from the world they know without warning, Isa, Daz, Grif, and Tiny discover themselves stuck in a nebulous waiting room in the afterlife. While balancing the reality of their past and the uncertainty of their future, their souls try to find peace from senseless action and hope in the life they left behind.

Inspired by the ever-growing list of slain unarmed black men and women, Kill Move Paradise is a portrait of those lost—not as statistics, but as heroes who deserve to be seen for the splendid beings they are.

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