Viewers of Guiding Light will know her best as Felecia Boudreau, Springfield’s much needed, if seldom used, therapist and the matriarch of the Boudreau family, but Kim Brockington has a lengthy and admirable record as a theater performer. Lucky audiences in New York will be able to catch her at the New Georges and Hip-Hop Theater Festival when she appears in “Angel’s Mixtape” by Eisa Davis. Directed by Liesl Tommy, the play stars Brockington alongside Denise Burse, Eisa Davis, Ayesha Ngaujah and Linda Powell.

Time jumps between the 70s, 80s, and 90s with the ease of songs fading into each other as each track and memory switches to the next. Combining music and memory, the play tells the tale of a girl’s radical upbringing on the dividing line between Oakland and Berkeley, California in a family which includes her aunt, professor and activist Angela Davis.

Watch this video to catch a glimpse of what audience members have in store for them.

Angela’s Mixtape Intro from Rehana Mirza on Vimeo

The show is running from April 6 to May 2 at 8 PM on Mondays through Saturdays. The official opening is on April 9 at 7 PM with a special student matinee on April 25 at 3 PM. Performances are at the Ohio Theatre, 66 Wooster Street between Spring and Broome in New York, NY. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $35 for premium seating. Monday performances will be pay-what-you-will (at the door only). For tickets, please call 1-212-888-4444. For additional information you can call smarttix at 1-646-336-8077 or visit the New Georges’ official site. wishes Kim the best of luck with this exciting new project. If you are lucky enough to attend, feel free to contact us and tell us how it went.