“Live Big Girl: A Chair That Fits” is a poetic play that pushes boundaries when addressing fatphobia simply by the act of living big. Written by Rebeca Lois Lucret and Vanessa Chica Ferreira, directed by Peggy Robles-Alvarado. This play speaks on the personal and vulnerable experiences of living in larger bodies, demanding space while educating and muting the mouths of critics.
Fat bodies continue to be a topic that plagues beauty norms, social media, healthcare, and the day-to-day lives of many people. The more places this conversation is had, the more seeds are planted making for a more informed and compassionate society towards ANY and all differences. This body of work was created to shift those narratives. Join us in elevating this work!