Haygen-Brice Walker is a half-Puerto Rican, half-white trash playwright-creative producer raised by professional bodybuilders in a southern swamp and currently dividing his time between Philadelphia, Nashville, and NYC [because throuples are sexy and fun]. In Philadelphia, Haygen-Brice is the Co-Founder of ON THE ROCKS, a production company devoted to the deep-fried, late-night, BYOB theatrical dumpster-fires that Haygen-Brice makes with Director-Producer, Elaina Di Monaco. He is a member of Page 73's I73 Writing Group, a 20/21 Season Playwright with Playwrights' Realm, an Ingram New Works Fellow at Nashville Rep, and an Affiliated Writer with The Playwrights' Center (2018-2019 Jerome Many Voices Fellow). Haygen-Brice's work is like if Streetcar Named Desire, Mean Girls, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Beloved got shit-tanked at a Buffalo Wild Wings happy hour (extra bleu cheese please) and then sashayed into the neighborhood bathhouse while belting the soundtrack of In The Heights. Each day, Haygen-Brice is one step closer to becoming Jennifer Lopez, which is trite for a gay boricua, but he's embracing the cliché and living in his truth.
Rod and Beaux are childhood best friends that been going on an annual hunting trip together for at least a decade. A couple of years ago, they invited Devyn to join them. Every year the three men leave their wives, girlfriends, and day-jobs behind to travel deep in the woods to talk trash, pound beer, clean their guns, gut some deer, and most importantly: eat each other out. Because it's only really gay if they kiss.
When Mo crashes her car not far from the guys' campsite and stumbles on the naked men, things get weird. When she takes their clothes and drinks their beer, things get weirder. When she shows them her superpower, things get weirdest. And when Mo knows all their secrets, shit really hits the fan.
manpussy is a sticky, deconstructed shit-show about [queer] men of color navigating toxic masculinity, dirty sex, break-ups, the Catholic Church, and how Latina Christina Aguilera really is.