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Labyrinth Productions
The Secrets of Brown and White

Projects in Development

Labyrinth Productions Presents:
The Secrets of Brown and White
A Staged Reading of a new play
Written by
Bridget Brown
Directed by Angelisa Gillyard

Executive Producer: Judith Clinton

Inspired by the true story of Bridget Killeen Brown's family, The Secrets of Brown and White peels back the conversation “of race, shame, family, and courage.” It is a timely American conversation that is an open, honest, and surprisingly funny examination of race, racism, belonging, and what it means to be family.

First written and developed at a The Way of the Labyrinth playwrighting retreats, this staged reading of the new play is an exciting step forward to this play growing up and becoming a full fledged production, up on its feet some time in the near future. This staged reading with the extraordinarily talented Angelisa Gillyard directing has been a long time coming, and has tremendous support which is made possible in part by an Artist Fellowship Grant from the Connecticut Office of the Arts. The Executive Producer, Judith Clinton resides in Providence, RI, giving it a Rhode Island connection. She is the Co-Executive Director of RI Theatre Makers Roundtable

There will be two performances - one at 7pm on Saturday July 20th and one at 2:00 pm on Sunday July 21. The performances will take place at the Clinton Connecticut Town Hall Auditorium. 54 East Main Street, Clinton CT. You can register for a seat at this website. Admission is a donation pay what you can at the theatre.

Bridget K. Brown: Bridget Killeen Brown is the author of one optioned screenplay, several sitcom scripts and treatments, and two one-women shows which she performed at the WomenKind Festival in NYC. Prior to this staged reading The Secrets of Brown and White, which is based on the true story of her family, the play had a playwright’s reading at Boston Conservatory in in Boston, MA. She has a Master’s degree in Directing from Binghamton University and studied acting with the late, great master teacher, William Esper. More about Bridget K. Brown can be found at

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