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Playwright Lynn Nottage draws upon the screwball films of the 1930’s to take a funny and irreverent look at racial stereotypes in Hollywood. A seventy-year journey through the life of Vera Stark, a headstrong African-American maid. Presented by LSU Theatre.
Written by Tennessee Williams and directed by George Judy, the place is a rooming house in the French Quarter of New Orleans in the late 1930’s. As narrated by The Writer, the action is concerned with the interlocking lives of the various residents. Filled with evocative memories and sharply etched portraits of its singular characters, it is a series of engrossing scenes woven together into a rich and revealing tapestry. Presented by Swine Palace.
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