SOME OF US EXIST IN THE FUTURE By Nkenna Akunna
Chiamaka is new to all this. Fresh off the plane from the UK, she's new to Brooklyn and its extremes. She's new to queer dating. She’s new to being an immigrant. Most of all, she's new to the voices of the gods...
Utterly original, wryly funny and always gripping, Some Of Us Exist In The Future follows one woman’s journey to finding her place in a world that’s not all it seems.
Nkenna Akunna is an Igbo playwright-performer from London. She was a member of the 2017/18 Soho Writers Lab cohort, the 2018 VAULTS Festival New Writers Programme, and is currently an MFA candidate in Playwriting at Brown University. She is a recent recipient of The Kennedy Center's Rosa Parks Playwriting Award and Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award, and the Neukom Institute Literary Arts Award for Playwriting. Akunna is also co-director at Skin Deep, a collective that makes space for Black creatives and creatives of colour through cultural production.