By Eleanor Burgess
Directed by Lisa Marie Rollins
A Black student (Zoe) and her White professor (Janine) meet to discuss a paper about slavery’s effect on the American Revolution. What begins as a polite academic debate of perspectives at a liberal arts college explodes into an intergenerational clash to define “truth" when history is up for grabs.
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Season Sponsors: DeYoe Wealth Management | Carol Amyx & Don Kaufman | Craig & Kathy Moody | Richard Nelson & Jan Berman | Bibi Tiphane | Tamara White
Production Sponsors: The Grubb Company
Due to ongoing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have paused ticket sales for this show.
There are a lot of unknowns in the world right now, but one thing is for sure. We plan to produce the remaining shows in our season. We’re still working out when they will happen, and what shape they will take.
In the meantime, we have temporarily removed sales for this production until we’re able to confirm a new performance schedule. If you have tickets, hold on to them! Once we have revised dates, we’ll be in touch about your options.
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