Jasmine Joshua |  Photo by Brett Love

Jasmine Joshua | Photo by Brett Love



What even IS nonbinary anyway? A computer program? A tropical drink? A word that caused you to have an existential crisis when you finally realized oh my god, I think I might be one of those, but I'm married and have two kids already and what am I supposed to do now I have SO many bras? Join drag artist Harvey Gent (Jasmine Joshua) in a hilarious and wholly autobiographical queer spectacle, featuring pregnancy, trekking across tidepools in your underwear, and peeing one's pants in front of Very Important People.


Jasmine Joshua (they/them) is the Artistic Director of the Gregory Award-winning Reboot Theatre Company whose mission is to test new interpretations of established works through nontraditional casting and design. They have been seen on stage in Seattle at Intiman, Book-It, Seattle Musical Theatre, Annex, and more. Jasmine graduated magna cum laude from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Creative Writing. They are currently working on a transgender musical as a part of the 5th Avenue Theatre's First Draft: Raise Your Voice program. Jasmine will direct Cafe Nordo's Christmas show, opening December 2019.


Eddie DeHais (they/them) is a nonbinary director, choreographer, and producer who creates bold stories for the stage by developing new works and radical interpretations of classic plays. They believe in empowering others through a process of radical empathy and collaboration. They are an MFA Directing Candidate at Brown-Trinity Rep where they will direct their new adaptation of Macbeth in the fall. Eddie previously served as Director of New Works for Café Nordo, and as Founding Artistic Director of DangerSwitch! Eddie was an SDCF Observer, a two-time Metcalf Fellow, an Intiman Theater Emerging Director, and a 4Culture Grant recipient.

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