Video: Interview with Composer and Musician Jacinth Greywoode on “How to Break”

Village Theatre

How to Break will premiere on Village Theatre’s stage later this month. This musical was workshopped as part of the Village Originals program. Check out the interview with Jacinth Greywoode on the innovative and modern production.

How to Break will play at Village Theatre’s Francis J. Gaudette Theatre in Issaquah March 29–April 30 and at Everett Performing Arts Center May 5–28. Tickets are available now.

An electrifyingly innovative world-debut Mainstage production of new work developed by Village Theatre! Featuring a dynamic kaleidoscope of music, poetry, breakdancing, and beatboxing, How to Break follows two hospitalized teenage hip-hop dancers and how they navigate their adolescence in the confines of a hospital room, finding ways to love and learn amidst IV bags and chemotherapy as inspired by real-life events in writer Aaron Jafferis’ time as an artist in residence at a children’s hospital. Part commentary on the American health care system, part moving autobiography, and part profound journey through the joy and pain of growing up, How to Break reveals just how resilient the human spirit is in the face of change and transformation.