Come See “Ask Asha. Solo and Collaborative Work by Christopher Johnson and Elizabeth Keiser” This Weekend at AS220’s Black Box
Come see a unification of 2 voices, Christopher and Elizabeth. As very different people, they share similar missions. And they both believe that wisdom doesn’t always come with mortal age. For moral and ethical dilemmas or missions: ask Asha. Want to know what’s funny? Ask Asha. Do you need an emotional compass but you’re caught up in your own social struggle? Ask Asha. Asha represents those intelligent people who are not yet old enough to vote. If you listen to Asha, you might prevail. You might laugh. You might shed a tear or alleviate fear. Ask Asha plays at AS220 Black Box January 8, 9 at 7:30pm.
Christopher is a prolific community-oriented actor performance artist and teacher. He tours with Everett Dance Theatre and has performed at Brown University, with Rights and Reason Theatre Company, and was a member of the national Prov Slam Team.
Elizabeth performed her plays Perversion Incognito, a RISCA Playwright Fellowship Merit, The Blue Collar Clown, a catharsis about the gratifying yet often thankless work in public schools in 5 countries and 7 U.S. states, and Phyllis In on Body Image, a spoof on our nation’s obsessions. Elizabeth’s plays and poems were produced at the Nuyorican, Westbeth Theatre, Westbank Theatre, Catch a Rising Star, and she wrote in a live soap opera series called Spyz at Ethan Hawke’s theater in Tribeca.