In 2015, Twin Cities actor and writer Kory LaQuess Pullman took a look around the local scene and realized that there wasn’t a consistent output of plays exploring the issues that people of color, women, and LGBTQ people face. So he founded Underdog Theatre that year. The company strives to create performances that speak to marginalized and underrepresented communities. Underdog’s latest show is a production of Rebecca Gilman’s Luna Gale. The play follows a teenage couple as they fight for the right to raise their own child, Luna Gale, while struggling with drug addiction and challenges that spring from being young parents. LaQuess Pullman brings his acting chops to the show, where he’s part of an ensemble of diverse and stellar performers led by director H. Adam Harris.