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A Town Divided: A Story of Shakespeare, Race, and Our City
November 29, 2017 - November 30, 2017
This original production, crafted from the stories of Tallahassee residents, uses William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet as a framework to examine racial divides in our city.
Raw, intense, and emotional, this 50-minute play invites participants to examine their own biases and prejudices in an effort to raise social awareness, increase tolerance, and bridge the divides through cross-racial dialogue.
Community talk-back to follow, moderated by The Village Square.
Please be advised this play contains mature subject matter.
Directed by Chris Berry, Assistant Professor of Theatre at Florida A&M University
Alex Fabrega (Rob)
Kenya Williams (Juelle)
Dee Selmore (Elle)
Anita Payne Miller (Sarah)
DeShaun Green (Tyrone/Pastor)
Jim Mcmurtry (Deputy)
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