Royally Unseen


Royally Unseen: Family Identity and the Price of a Personal Kingdom

A one person Play Written by Alan White
Performed by Alan White
Directed by Pascale Florestal

Royally Unseen is the mostly true Fantasy of a Black man coming of age in the high expectations of family and prejudice of America. Judgement, abuse, love, discrimination, forgiveness, and a profound loneliness all ride the rise and fall of a personal kingdom.

“An extremely warm and engaging storyteller that makes you sit forward and want to hear more.”
-Rabbit Reviews Boston

Engaging, warm, funny, touching, and almost too honest to bear at times.”

filled with insights into surviving racism, isolation and family relationships using humor and honesty.”

Royally Unseen, brings light to the struggle of being an artist of color in our low-key racist culture, and the challenge of honoring one’s passions and “blackness” in a home environment that demands perfection..”

About Alan

Alan is an award winning storyteller and actor. He’s been featured on WGBH’s national show “Stories From the Stage” Alan has performed at FringeNYC, The Tennessee Williams Festival, and multiple New England Theaters. He’s performed in feature films seen on 3 continents.After studying Theatre at the University of Massachusetts Alan continued to train with internationally recognized artists including Double Edge Theatre and Another Country Productions. He loves the power stories have to create instant connection between complete strangers.

For booking and press information contact

awhite@thealanwhite.com

347-618-0541