A Shot Rang Out by Michael Hagins & Stoop by Isa Guzman
June 23rd @ 8:00 PM
A Shot Rang Out:
A white police officer is trapped in a warehouse during an increasingly violent protest with a scared Black teen and a disgruntled schoolteacher.
Stoop addresses the difficulties of coming out as transgender between two people from different generations within a predominantly Latino community. The play is a moment, a confrontation, between two characters who really care for one another, but who don’t have the same understanding of the situation.
James Smart,* Marquise Neal, Sam Simone*
(* appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association)
Directed by Rachael Langton
Stage Managed by Ilana Moskowitz Tickets available!
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