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*P.W.Y.C. Thursday 10/20 @ 8:00pm

October 14th - October 30th, 2016

As the gun smoke settles after the Civil War, a wounded Jewish Confederate Officer returns to find his family’s plantation in ruins. The only waiting company and hope for his survival? Two former slaves. The three men wrestle with their faith, the secrets of their past and the irony of Jewish slave ownership while meagerly fashioning a Passover Seder. 

“Emotionally potent...surreal in the layers of meaning... a quiet force...We are in the hands of a playwright who wants to mess with our viscera.

- The New York Times

“Lopez's drama is a take on a classic theme of American literature — one famously probed by Mark Twain — which is the question of whether human intimacy between persons of different races could ever be said to amount to friendship in a world where one man owned another. 

- Chicago Tribune

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DIRECTOR:  Barry Feinstein

CAST:  Ian Smith, Michael Joseph Donlan and Billy Taylor

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