The Pot (Play Performance)
The Johnson C. Smith University Visual, Performing and Communication Arts Department will open The Pot.
The play, written by Dr. Glenn Hutchinson and directed by Marilyn Carter, explores one of the nation's leading equality and civil rights issues – immigration. The leading character, Nathan, is perplexed with the questions, "Who are we? Who am I?" when his older sister brings home two undocumented students for Thanksgiving Dinner. The play leaves its audience contemplating the effects of current immigration policies in the United States.
Talkbacks by the cast and the playwright will be held after several of the performances.
The Black Box Theatre is at JCSU's Arts Factory, 1545 W. Trade Street. Seating is limited.
The box office takes strongcash onlystrong and will open one hour prior to the show.
Admission is $10 for the public, $5 for students with proper identification, and free for JCSU students with ID.
This play was made possible by the Arts & Science Council, the International House, and Johnson C. Smith's Visual, Performing and Communication Arts Department. For more information or group prices and seating for The Pot, please contact Dr. Cindy Kistenberg at 704-378-1062 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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