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Release Date: 04/11/2020

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This week: immigration, telephones, late night feels. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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This week: Q&As, ferry rides, and sick beats. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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This week: swearing, boxing, hugging, following. While The New York Neo-Futurists are social distancing just like you, our on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art for you continues!

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It's pride week and this week we’re featuring queer queer plays. You can head to nynf.org/prideweek to check out the rest of our art we made. This episode: yellow cars, sex toys, flash dance, fridge poetry!

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It's pride week and this week we’re featuring queer queer plays. You can head to nynf.org/prideweek to check out the rest of our art we made. This episode: lineage, dreams, texting, and introductions. Content warnings in the full show notes.

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In honor of Juneteenth, and the continual efforts of the Black Lives Matter movement, this week we’re featuring plays that keep conversations about race going. This week: reflective questions, deep breaths, family recipes, sticky resin. Content warnings in the full show notes.

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In honor of Juneteenth, and the continual efforts of the Black Lives Matter movement, this week we’re featuring plays that keep conversations about race going. This week: NY protests, Seattle history, preschool memories, Black joy! Content warnings in the full show notes.

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In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, we here at the New York Neo-Futurists are paying attention to the voices of our community that are asking us to listen, and to activate our roles in refusing to tune out. This week, here’s a bit of what we’re hearing. Content warnings in the full show notes.

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In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, we here at the New York Neo-Futurists are taking a moment of pause – to deeply pay attention to the voices of our community that are asking us to listen, and to activate our roles in refusing to tune out.

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This episode featured work by: Hilary Asare featuring Robin Virginie, Lee LeBreton, Anooj Bhandari, Anthony Sertel Dean, and Joey Rizzolo.

Our logo was designed by Shelton Lindsay.

Our sound is designed by Anthony Sertel Dean.

Léah Miller is our associate producer. 

Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean and Julia Melfi. 

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