Text: India Harville presents Enough. One night only.  June 13. For info and tickets, click here. Image: India, African American woman with curly locs in pigtails, stares directly at viewer with look of terror on her face. Her hands are covering her mouth as if she is covering a gasp. Rhinestones decorate her cheeks, shining like tears.

Text: India Harville presents Enough. One night only.  June 13. For info and tickets, click here. Image: India, African American woman with curly locs in pigtails, stares directly at viewer with look of terror on her face. Her hands are covering her mouth as if she is covering a gasp. Rhinestones decorate her cheeks, shining like tears.

"Enough"
by India Harville
Wednesday June 13, 2018
7pm - 10pm


African American Art & Culture Complex
762 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94102


Click here for Tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/enough-tickets-45129058228

Scent-free, wheelchair accessible, ASL-interpreted. 
A trigger guide is available for the show.
For other access needs, please email enoughaccess@gmail.com

 

“You’re not black enough!”
"You’re not femme enough!”
“You’re not queer enough!”
“You’re not disabled enough!”
“You’re not able bodied enough!”

How many ways can we be told we are not enough?

Why do we internalize these messages?

One day India Harville decided that she had finally had enough of people telling her who she was. She just got sick and tired of people writing narratives on her body. But once India decided she had to tell her own story, she was shocked to discover how many ways she had internalized the idea that she wasn’t enough.

In this solo show India flips that script and claims her “enoughness”. But that reclamation process isn’t always easy! This show is a voyage through India’s unexpected journey to discovering her worth using a little bit of dance, music, poetry, ritual, and a whole lot of magic.

"Enough" is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency,
and the National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles
Commissioned by Queer Cultural Center for the NQAF