When the reparations checks that three Black sisters received from the government disappear thanks to a hacker, each of the sisters’ secrets begin to unravel as they attempt to get their money back.
This performance will be interpreted in American Sign Language by Pro Bono.
Featuring Auberth Bercy, Daryl Bright Clay, Nic Brown & Tiffany McLarty
Taylor Steele is a queer, Black, NYC-born-and-based comedy writer, poet, and theatermaker. Her pilots “Psych-Ish” and “35 Bleak St.” have placed in several writing competitions over the past year, including the Big Apple Film Festival Screenplay Competition and the Stage 32 TV Comedy Screenwriting Contest. In 2019, she directed a workshop performance of her new play “Girls Act Out” in residency at The Center at West Park. In 2021 Taylor was named an Honorable Mention for the National Queer Theater’s New Visions Fellowship. Her short film “eXcape” will be screened at NYCITFF in 2023. To learn more, visit taylorsteele.info
Hillary Fisher was raised in New York City. She started her professional theatre career at the age of 10 in The American Girl Doll Review. Since then she has found joy in many areas of the arts including Directing, Acting, Modeling, and Music. Coming off of her assistant directorial Debut at NYU Tisch at the Atlantic Theater she is thrilled to continue this path at Ars Nova. She is an alum of Laguardia High School where her eyes were opened to all facets of the arts. Also an alum of Pace University where she was integrated into the New York City Theater Scene. She is passionate about shifting society forward through storytelling.
Auberth Bercy is an actress, comedian and filmmaker. Originally from Miami, FL, Auberth has been seen off-Broadway in Page 73’s La Race. She also runs her own production company – AWRY Productions.
Nic Brown (He/Him) is a native of Winston-Salem, NC, and a 2022 graduate of the UNC School of the Arts Drama program. He is currently based in Brooklyn developing his comedy play about healing from addiction and family trauma in the black community while also coaching competitive Gymnastics. He has been an active member of the NC Black Repertory Company for 12 years and has played a role in three mainstage productions at the National Black Theater Festival. Outside of doing art, Nic enjoys seeing shows and spending time with family and friends.
Daryl Bright Clay Hailing from the DMV Metropolitan area, Daryl Bright Clay is a filmmaker and performing artist currently based in Brooklyn. She is a founding member of CNT Productions, where she recently wrote and co-hosted CNT’s live show, “The Sex Scene”. After winning the ACTivate Your Voice Pitch Competition & being selected for Gotham’s 2022 TV Lab, she is developing a series titled, GYNO. Her contributions have been recognized by HBO, the American Black Film Festival, and Sundance’s Horizon Awards. Daryl is a graduate of Duke Ellington School of the Arts and Carnegie Mellon’s School of Drama. Follow her on Instagram @darylthebrightestclay.
Tiffany McLarty is an actor and teaching artist from the Bronx, NY. She competed for the world championship team in speech and debate at Western Kentucky University and was ranked top three public speakers in the nation. Her most recent credits include Munchies in Halfway Bitches Go Straight to Heaven at The Lenfest Center of the Arts directed by Lisa Benavides-Nelson. Through performance, Tiffany learned how to intertwine social advocacy with art and witnessed the power it holds to ignite positive change within communities. She is currently in her final year at Columbia University to obtain her MFA in Acting. @tiffanymclarty