by Amina S. McIntyre
directed by Matthew Kellen Burgos
The Lansing family suffered a tragic loss three years ago when their eldest son and oldest brother, Nate Jr., was killed. Now, they must come together to decide the fate of the two men who shot him—and the fate of their fractured family.
This timely, tender, theatrical new play explores loss, guilt, and the power of ritual in one Atlanta family’s collision with the justice system.
2823 CHURCH STREET
EAST POINT, GA 30344
Free parking in the lot and free street parking around the building.
Or ditch the car--the East Point MARTA stop is only 2 blocks away!
DINING AND REFRESHMENTS
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Amari J. Ingram
Candice Marie Singleton
Bryshan J. White
*Appearing courtesy of the Actor's Equity Association.
AMINA S. McINTYRE is an Atlanta-based playwright whose reading/production credits include: Atlanta One Minute Play Festival, Lenoir-Rhyne University, Working Title Playwrights’ Ethel Woolson Lab, Horizon Theatre (App Co), and Atlanta History Museum. Amina graduated from Colby College, Indiana University, Bloomington, Spalding University, and Emory University. Amina was a City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs Emerging Theatre Artist of the Year and the Young Ambassador for Atlanta Region of the Dramatists Guild.