America v. 2.1: The Sad Demise & Eventual Extinction of The American Negro

America v. 2.1: The Sad Demise & Eventual Extinction of The American Negro

Regional
Play
SYNOPSIS: Set in the not too distant future, America v. 2.1 is a day in the life of a troupe of Black actors who are charged with re-enacting the revised history of the once-thriving American Negro. It quickly becomes a day of reckoning as the troupe is forced to face the parallels their own lives draw to the lives of the very Negroes whose stories they are compelled to tell.

Directed by Logan Vaughn

Cast: Ansa Akyea, Jordan Barrow, Kalyne Coleman, Peterson Townsend, Peggy Pharr Wilson

Show Times: Tuesday- Thursday @7:30pm, Saturday and Sunday @3pm and 7:30pm. No matinee performance Saturday, June 15. No evening performance Sunday, June 30. Added matinee performance Thursday, June 27 @3pm.

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