By Boo Killebrew Directed by Lee Sunday Evans
In the South, tradition is sacred and change is slow. So when the Civil Rights movement comes to Jackson, Mississippi, it’s in for a brutal fight. Spanning the 1960s and ’70s, Miller, Mississippi tells the story of one family that falls apart as the country attempts to come together. In the classic Southern Gothic tradition, the world premiere of this tragic new play will stun minds and break hearts, as the personal and political combine to bring about the Miller family’s undoing. The show contains explicit language, adult themes, and a live gun shot. There is NO late seating and NO re-entry for this performance.
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