Directed by Jo Durst
May 14-18, 2019
7:30 p.m. nightly
Soon after an African-American businessman becomes new director of a foundation, he discovers the world-famous art collection includes several significant African sculptures tucked away in storage. His proposal to add them to the public galleries leads to heated conflict with the foundation's long-time education director, who is loyal to the idiosyncratic wishes of the museum founder. A searing examination of racial politics, this show ultimately asks what the cost is of failing to view the world through another's eyes.
*This production contains adult language and themes and is intended for mature audiences.
Our summer youth theatre workshop, led by long-time SCT volunteer and high school drama teacher MJ Etua, is set for another year of fun, learning, and kid-fueled excitement. This year's Project P.L.A.Y. will run throughout the month of June, with meeting times generally in the afternoons on weekdays for several hours at a time. The program caps off with a week of performances June 24-29. Every sign-up for Project P.L.A.Y. is 100% free. Specific information on this year's program will be available at our upcoming sign-up dates, which will be Saturday, May 4; Saturday, May 11; and Saturday, May 19 - all dates from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at our Playhouse on Main.
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