For Production Licensing Contact: Ed Decker at ednctc@gmail.com or
Buddy Thomas at International Creative Management at BThomas@ICMpartners.com.

Purchase a Softcover Published Version of the Rights of Passage Script at Amazon.com

Rights of Passage is a new play about a gay Hindu named Wayan. Set on the Indonesian Island of Bali, his journey is delicately interwoven with queer and allied life stories about love, dignity and respect from around the world. Performed through monologues, scenes, digital media, puppetry, mask and dance, this NCTC World Premiere illustrates that sometimes it takes a world of courage to just be who you are.

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Rights of Passage Sample Script
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 Press Reviews
San Francisco Chronicle / SF Gate Review
Author: Robert Hurwitt
Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle
Author: Richard Connema
San Francisco Weekly
Author: Lilly Janiak
Bay Area Reporter
Author: Richard Dodds
San Francisco Examiner
Author: Greg Archer
Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle
Author: Kedar Audor
Edge Magazine
Author: Richard Dodds
 
 Original San Francisco Production Photos
Wayan presents the story of Puntu.
Background:Desiree Rogers (Moon), Foreground: Jomar Tagatac* (Wayan)
Grandmother faces Rangda.
L to R: Christopher Morell (Rangda) and Michaela Greeley (Grandmother Made)
Wayan tells his grandmother Made goodbye.
L to R: Michaela Greeley (Grandmother Made), Jomar Tagatac* (Wayan)
Klaus writes a letter to Santa.
Puppeteers L to R: Dazie Rustin Grego, Christopher Morrell, and Anthony Rollins-Mullens
Malawi lovers fight to marry.
L to R: Anthony Rollins-Mullens and Dazie Rustin Grego
African woman speaks of her lover and the torture they
endured.
In this photo:Deseree Rogers
   

 

Thai woman talks about her decision to be true to herself.
In this photo: Anthony Rollins-Mullins

 

Lois Tema Photography 
Producers for the World Premier San Francisco Production
Mason Cartmell
& Lowell Kimble, Ted Snowdon, Hanna Decker / Executive Producers
Alvin Baum & Robert Holgate / Producer

Supported in part by the Zellerbach Family Foundation, the Small Change Foundation, and the Lucius and Eva Eastman Fund.
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