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Miss LaRaj’s House of Dystopian Futures

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Friday, Feb. 7 8:00 PM Buy Tickets Opening Night
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In a world where civilization and the environment that birthed it has been decimated by myriad human-made cruelties, the question remains: will humans ever learn?

In this post-apocalyptic riff on “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” Fred’s long since gone and Nature itself is now the main character. Enter Miss LaRaj—our wise and wisecracking MUTHA of the New World Order.

Talking trees, judgmental rocks, all natural forces sing and move, attempting to guide humankind back to true symbiosis. And what better way to learn than from a kid’s show? What are humans anyway if not the petulant children of this planet?

 What if we used our imaginations?

2023’s world premiere of Candice D’Meza’s A Maroon’s Guide to Time and Space took Catastrophic audiences by storm, demonstrating again that D’Meza’s an artist that helps a theatre like ours move forward: a seeking one.



Candice D’Meza is an African American-Haitian Queer Mother of three and Spiritist whose artistic body of work spans across theatre, performance, literary genres, activism, dance, critical pedagogy, ritual, social practice, documentary, experimental, and short film. She uses the textures of grief, the world building of science fiction, Afrofuturism, and fantasy, with the spiritual technologies of African and Diasporic African cosmologies. Her work has been featured, published, performed, screened, and archived at institutions across the nation.

“D’Meza [is] one of the most interesting writer-director-actors living and working in Houston’s theater community.” – Houston CityBook

FEBRUARY 7 - MARCH 1, 2025



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