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Sunflower Eyes Productions

see the sun in art again & art in each other forever

Sunflower Eyes Productions seeks to tell the stories of historically looted, abused, or ignored identities and communities via musical projects, theatre pieces, and films. This includes those of transgender, nonbinary, and gender non-conforming folks; Black and Indigenous people as well as other people of Color; women and femmes; disabled communities, and LGBTQIA2S communities. 

Sunflower Eyes Productions is essentially a Black, mixed, chronically ill, nonbinary, and queer person named Artemis Montague (they/them)'s labor of love.


Sunflower Eyes wants to adjust the Weltanschauung of theatre and film, disrupting the day to day monotony and inequity with filmmakers, storytellers, playwrights, and musicians on creating works that accurately and diversely represent the scope of the world around us. They want to change the landscape on which we create, using all storytelling avenues and standpoint epistemology to change the narrative on everyone and everything that we see in our world through the view of sunflowers.

About Artemis Montague

let the sunflowers remind us to always face the sun and, when we cannot, hold onto each other for guidance.

Artemis Montague (they/them) is an artistic multi-hyphenate.


A Black mixed-race nonbinary mezzosoprano/baritenor with co-occurring disabilities, they have done performances at 54 Below and Joe’s Pub (affiliated with the Public Theater), and The Green Room 42 in New York, as well as The REACH at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.


She Sings Me Home, as well as Rhapsody in Sunflower Yellow – two Black-, trans-, and queer-led full-length musicals - were written (book, music, and lyrics) by Montague. They were a finalist for the 2022 Write Out Loud Contest for their song, “friend”. They have 130+ songs and 2 work-in-progress film scripts.

They are currently the #IIDEAA Board Chair of TEMPO (IG: @theetempo).

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