Razor takes place in the fall of 2003 during a supermarket strike that locked out over 70,000 Los Angeles grocery workers. Broke and unable to find acting work, Kahlil finds himself crossing picket lines to make ends meet, working from 10p - 6am stocking shelves at a local Albertsons store. His coworkers - hardened criminals and ex-cons, become Kahlil's unlikely mentors as he is schooled on incarceration, persistence and life in the most bizarre of circumstances. Razor was performed for inmates and staff at Williams Head Prison in March 2018 and this will be the first public performance. For more on Kahlil visit http://kahlilashanti.com. For more on TJ Dawe visit http://tjdawe.ca/
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