Directly following the premiere of each project, dilateworld.org presents a Q&A session between the community and the artists involved. Providing this forum brings people of all walks of life together in a facilitated setting, and takes the first steps to the process of change.

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Current Productions

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Upcoming Productions



(Date TBA) dilateworld.org begins production on its first short film, Conversations With Id (in conjunction with Columbia University's Graduate Film Department). Conversations is the story of Danaya, a withdrawn twenty-something who harbors unrequited, romantic feelings for her obsessive compulsive roommate, Daniel. Danaya's life soon begins a downward crumble, as her thoughts about Daniel manifest themselves into frequent, vivid daydreams that threaten her job, her relationships and ultimately…her identity. dilateworld.org co-creator Angela Tucker directs and Danielle Beeber produces this bizarre tale set in present day Williamsburg. A full production director's diary complete with on-set photos will headline the next issue of dilateworld.org.


Past Productions

A short play, written by our very own Angela Tucker
The story of five African American friends from college who are carrying on the tradition of sporadically meeting at local cocktail lounges to catch up on each other's lives. But on this night, the inclusion of a new member to the clique and a shocking announcement, will bring out the raw truths to five very delicate relationships.

Read the latest Divine: Confidential by Angela Tucker


dw launch party

On September 6, 2001, we hosted the official launch of dilateworld.org with an evening of music and spoken word. We also had a screenplay reading of The Sandollar as part of out dw works-in-progress series. The event took place at South Oxford Space in Fort Greene Brooklyn. Artists who performed were Rhonda Denet, James Williams, Kiebpoli Calnek and our featured artist, kim g.


Women In Wartime

On November 8, 2001, we presented Women In Wartime, an artistic exploration of various female experiences in wartime. Artists included, Sarah Husain, Chai T. Latte, Sophia Wallace, Rania Daouk Turk, Yamini Nayar, Carla Allenye, Amy Moy, Lauren Britt-Elmore, Kiebpoli Calnek, Berry Black, Mariana Marquez, Bushra Chaudry, Courtney White and April Silver.


An Evening with Rhonda Denet

On Jan. 28, 2002, come out and support dilateworld.org for our Annual Winter Benefit. After she tore it up at the dw launch party, Rhonda Denet takes to the stage once again with a magical night of classic jazz and r&b favorites. Complete with a jazz ensemble and background vocals.



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