The performance is based on Pryor's relationships with her dad, her African American great-grandmother, and her Jewish grandmother. Its series of vignettes includes childhood memories of living in Beverly Hills mansions and then scraping by on welfare after her parents divorced, as well as a new scene that pays tribute to her father. "The new section is what ties up the show, which is the acceptance that I'm black and I'm Jewish," she says. "It's finding your own truth and identifying with that."
Fri., Feb. 3, 8 p.m.