The performance was led by Gerson Noe Lanza Ruiz and Roxanne “Roxy” King, both students of the theatre, dance and performance studies school.
After the preview, the artists held an intimate discussion with the audience about COVID-19 and social justice.
Both shows ran Friday evening at the Cafritz Foundation Theatre.
The play follows a wealthy African American family as they learn to communicate with each other through conversations on race and class.
What do Britney Spears, feminist literature and fairy tales have in common?
The show runs from Saturday, Nov. 13 to Sunday, Nov. 21.
It’s not ideal, they say, but it’s workable.
One dance student is using a parking lot to practice her craft.
A bad play has never been so good.