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Alison Christy Dramaturg, Scholar, Script Consultant based in Houston, Texas
Three readings of plays on race by three Houston playwrights!
Hosted by Stages Repertory Theatre
Saturday, June 11
Complaint Box and/or Good Times, by Abby Koenig
When an unexpected guest visits their beach house, three estranged sisters – who have come together to clean it out – are forced to confront their sense of identity and their relationship to race.
All the Dying Voices, by Reginald Edmund
A black teenage boy is found hanging from a swing set and protesters are convinced that a white cop lynched him. A young black up-and-coming district attorney must resolve the case before a fast-approaching mayoral election.
Sunday, June 12
Rebel Yell, by Ted Swindley
Director: Eileen J. Morris
Dramaturg: Alison Christy
Set against the backdrop of a Civil War Confederate veterans’ home in 1920, Rebel Yell tells a shocking story about racism in the Jim Crow South. Caught between his white supremacist grandfather and his liberal, anti-racist father, a young man is forced to choose between the two most important men in his life with devastating results.
Tickets may be purchased at Stage’s website: http://stagestheatre.com/tickets/how-to
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