Flight by Branch Street Productions

About this Show

In Flight our three glamorous flight attendants guide the audience through a series of stories that highlight a conflicted reconciliation between cultural past and modern identity. The play’s vignettes and poetry conjure George C. Wolfe’s The Colored Museum and Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf but finds its own voice through the collaboration of its young writer-performers.

About the Artists

Megan Felix, Actress/Playwright

Megan, or Megos Legos, is an actress from Crown Heights, Brooklyn NY. After debuting in her very first on-stage production, One Hour To Live, Megos developed a strong passion for theatre, film and online comedy. In her leisure time, Megos has made a name for herself by writing poetry, performing spoken word at a number of underground poetry slams and has gained a loyal fan base on number of social media platforms including Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.

Shelah Marie, Actress/Playwright

An actress and educator originally from Hollywood, FL. She specializes in creating original content for film and theater, as well as providing quality arts education programming. Shelah has led theater workshops at The United Nations Headquarters in NYC, in Dakar, Senegal, San Rafael, Haiti and Kingston, Jamaica.

Heather Holmes, Actress/Playwright

An actress, singer, and dancer from Houston, TX.  Heather attended Spelman College and the University of Houston, where she earned her BA in English Literature/creative writing, and minor in film studies. While there, she worked for the literary journal GULF COAST, a nationally distributed magazine.  She earned her MFA in acting from The New School for Drama (NYC), and is a member of Milkwood Theater Company with whom she has been a teaching artist in residence at Roanoke College (VA).  With The Sustainable Theater Workshop, Heather facilitated a workshop and created a play for developmentally challenged students in Dakar, Senegal.  She is a traveller and storyteller, an avid listener, and hopes to learn to dance like nobody’s watching.

Dan Swern, Director

Co-founder and producing director for coLAB Arts in New Brunswick, NJ, providing performance and developmental programs for emerging artists, and arts education and social engagement with the local community. He is also the founder and owner of Smugbug Productions, providing services in creative development and stage direction, production consulting, and producing. Current directing projects include I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway by Tucker Max with Gorilla Rep, Hiccups with American Records, Flight with Branch Street Productions, and Pablo Neruda with Voice Afire.

Tuesday, Mar. 24 at 7:30pm

General Admission
$12 in advance
$15 at the door


Estimated Runtime
70 minutes

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Conceived by
Shelah Marie

Written & Performed by
Heather Holmes, Megan Felix and Shelah Marie

Directed by
Dan Swern

Choreographed by
Chanel DaSilva & Leslie Guyton

Photo Credit
John Strange