Where the spirit world and the real-world meet, lies a world unapologetically crafted and performed by critically acclaimed trans identified artist, Samson Bonkeabantu Brown. 11:11 explores the other side of fear through the eyes of a young, Black transman struggling to understand the ancestral messages saturating his dreams.
Playwright & Performer
Samson Bonkeabantu Brown
Set & Costume Design by
Nalo Soyini Bruce
Assistant to Set
& Costume Design
Lighting Design by
Sound Design by
Digital Producer & Editor
TPM Production Manager
Brand and Concept Design: Louis Duarte | Photography: E.S. Cheah | Promo Photography:Hoffworks
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Samson Bonkeabantu Brown is a sangoma, ngaka, inyanga, hoodoo, traditional healer, multidisciplinary artist and playwright. His primary focus is on spiritual healing, ancestral veneration, trans advocacy and the arts. He uses the arts (primarily as an actor and playwright) to create visibility for men of trans experience and to educate the general public on trans issues. He has been tasked by his ancestors to shed light on how ancestral veneration can assist with healing the self and living in our purpose.
Tsholo Visions Khalema is a proud AmaHlubi warrior, a storyteller braving the elements. Guided by elders and ancestors as He continues to embark on a journey of creating stories that enhance the Black and Transgender voice(s) showing the many diverse intersectionalities of blackness. An Indigenous Black South Africa man of trans experience, the Sun, Tsholovisions is inspired by his culture, his life story and his people. He is a visionary, actor, director and visual artist who wears many hats well. Visit tsholovisions.com
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