Set in Montezuma, Georgia, and New York City in 1941, this is a heartbreaking and nail-biting memory tale of segregation, theatrical yearning, and doomed love. The action, driven by lyrical parallel monologues and a chilling tour through a storeroom of charged images, braids together the indignities of Jim Crow, rising Nazism, sexual hypocrisy, Christopher Marlowe, and the lingering shadow of a terrible crime.
Directed by Evan Yionoulis
Show Times: Tuesday @7:30pm, Wednesday @7:30pm, Thursday @7:30pm, Friday @7:30pm, Saturday @2pm and 7:30pm, Sunday @2pm and 7:30pm
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