What Did Critics Have to Say About Miller, Mississippi at Dallas Theater Center?

The Verdict   What Did Critics Have to Say About Miller, Mississippi at Dallas Theater Center?
The play about one Southern family dealing with the arrival of the Civil Rights movement opened September 6.
Cast Karen Almond

Miller, Mississippi began performances August 30 and bowed officially at the Dallas Theater Center in Texas September 6. Set in the 1960s, the play by Boo Killebrew, with direction by Lee Sunday Evans, tells the story of the Civil Rights movement’s arrival to Jackson, Mississippi, and the undoing of the Miller family as a result.

The play is scheduled to run through October 1.

Read what critics had to say about the production below.

Culture Map - Dallas (Alex Bentley)

Dallas News (Nancy Churnin)

Selig Film News (Gadi Elkon)

The cast features Dylan Godwin, Leah Karpel, Liz Mikel, Alex Organ, and Sally Nystuen Vahl. The production also has scenic and video design by Brett Banakis, costume design by Karen Perry, lighting design by Eric Southern, original music and sound design by Daniel Kluger, and wig and makeup design by Leah Loukas.

Liz Mikel, Alex Organ, Leah Karpel, and Dylan Godwin Karen Almond


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