This bold new play examines the miscarriage of justice, racial double standards and the crises in gender and class.
Raylynn, a young Black high school senior, finally wants to make her mark in her integrated school–even if she has to break some rules to do it. Drawing inspiration from the racially divisive case of the Jena Six in Louisiana, Morisseau’s highly charged drama challenges racial inequity and champions the demand for social justice.
Contains profanity. Recommended for ages 13 and older.
Midweek Performances (Wednesday & Thursday): $8 General Admission; Free for FAMU Students with ID
Weekend Performances (Friday – Sunday): Admission: $15 Adults; $12 Senior Citizens & FAMU Employees with ID; $8 Students/Children; FAMU Students free with ID
Ticket Office Hours of Operation: Wednesday – Friday Noon to 5:30 p.m (on the day of an event), and one hour prior to curtain.
2019/02/13 - 2019/02/17
Additional time info:
A post-show discussion will follow the Saturday 2 p.m. performance, February 16, 2018.