By Anika Larsen

Co-Conceived & Directed by April Nickell

With a name like Shafrika, it’s gotta be a blonde girl from Cambridge,
Massachusetts, right? In Jaradoa Theater’s joyous new musical,
discover how Anika Larsen’s unique and movingly quirky exploration of
race, identity and family uncovers the truth about growing up with Black,
White, Asian, Latino, and Native American brothers and sisters.
10 kids. 5 races. One family. Go.

June 12, 13, 15, 18, 19, 20, 22, 25, 26, 27 @ 8:00pm
June 20 & 27 @ 2:00pm; June 21 @ 7:00pm; June 28 @ 3:00pm

The Dimson Theatre at the Vineyard Theatre
108 East 15th Street, between Union Square & Irving Place

Tickets $18, 212-868-4444 or

Choreographer Luis Salgado 
Musical Director Karl Mansfield
Assoc. Musical Director Brian Usifer
Scenic Design Josh Zangen
Lighting Design Herrick Goldman
Costume Design Andrea Varga
Sound Design Mike Farfalla             
Assoc. Sound Design David Stollings
Propsmaster Brandon Giles             
Production Manager John Martinez
Projections Ben Demarest               
Assoc. Lighting Design Susan Nicholson
Stage Manager Lena Moy Borgen 
Asst. Stage Mgr. Catherine Lynch
Asst. Choreographer Alison Solomon
Asst. Director Katrina Stevens
Press Rep Jim Randolph                  
Asst. Producer Daryl Ray Carliles
Associate Producer Robert E. Schneider

Original music composed by Tim Acito, Joshua Henry & Janice Lowe

Featuring Chloe Campbell, Anthony Comis, Stephen Gelpi*,
Chris Harbur, John Harrison, Ricardo Hinoa, Amanda Hunt,
Anika Larsen*, Stephanie Martinez, Zonya Love*, Mario Martinez,
Liz Piccoli*, Elizabeth Racanelli*, Eileen Rivera*,
Lawrence Stallings*, Shelley Thomas*, Gregory Treco*

This production has been made possible in part
by Jack Sharkey and R.Evolución Latina.

*actors appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association;
an Equity-Approved Showcase