The Danger of Bleeding Brown by Enrique Urueta
June 3rd, 8:00pm
The Center/Ceremonial Room
Tickets: $5-$10 Sliding Scale, NOTA
The Danger of Bleeding Brown, staged reading by Enrique Urueta at LGBT Center’s Ceremonial Room.
In The Danger of Bleeding Brown, a gay white man has his boundaries pushed by his relationship with a young gay latino, whose own internalized racism manifests in edgy sex play that tests the limits of their relationship. The Danger of Bleeding Brown embraces self-negation and an unhinged sexuality that vibrates with a fearlessness most playwrights and production companies run away from. See it here while you can!
Enrique Urueta, Playwright, The Danger of Bleeding Brown
Colombian-American, by way of Virginia, Enrique grew up with a southern drawl, was educated at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, and “fell more and more into theatre after taking a writing for performance seminar with Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw of Split Britches Theatre Company. A Bay Area resident since 2002, Enrique has been a literary intern at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, a literary associate at The Playwrights Foundation, the literary manager for Impact Theater, and literary manager for foolsFURY Theater company in San Francisco. He’s studied playwriting with Lois Weaver, Peggy Shaw, Prince Gomolvilas, Erik Ehn, and Liz Duffy Adams. His play The Johnson Administration, was produced by Impact Theatre in Berkeley in August 2003. Enrique is a member of the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.