The show tells the slow-burning story of one teacher’s conversation with the mother of a student. The tight 90 minute show finds room to address a multitude of important and thought-provoking topics, including freedom-of-speech, violence, grief, bullying, and guilt. The play unfolds in real-time, creating a hard-to-forget—and sometimes uncomfortable—journey that is sure to challenge and move audiences.
The production will run February 16-18th; February 23rd-25th; and March 2nd-4th at the Durham Arts Council PSI Theater. Bartlett Theater is proud to welcome back two veteran Bartlett actors: Lakeisha Coffey will play Corynn and Shannon Malone will portray Heather. Bryan Conger directs this two-woman powerhouse of a play.
Show times are as follows: Fridays and Saturdays 7:30 PM; Sunday’s at 3 PM.
ALL SHOWS WILL BE PERFORMED AT
THE DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL PSI THEATER
120 MAIN STREET
DURHAM NC 27701
We are launching a participation campaign to fund our Season Two productions. We plan to raise $35,000 in 35 days beginning Wednesday, December 13, 2017. We are federally recognized as a not-for-profit organization with all donations honored as tax-deductible contribution.
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