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When a family comes together to say goodbye to an ailing patriarch, his dying sets in motion events that will change their worlds forever. When We Wake Up Dead is an exploration of grief, mental illness and the fragility of familial bonds.
Dennis A. Allen II's monologue very boldly and clearly states the frustrations of everyone who recognizes the injustices done to the black community by police officers.
In The Mud is Thicker in Mississippi, Dwight gets stuck neck deep in mud and is forced to seek help from the girlfriend he's been abusive to for years and her overprotective possibly racist older brother.
A part of the 25 Plays from The Fire This Time Festival anthology. Contemplating the next generation in a complicated system.
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