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cullud wattah It is 2016, and it has been 936 days since Flint, Michigan has had clean water. As sole provider for her daughters, sister and elderly mother, third-generation GM employee Marion finds herself on the cusp of a promotion to management. When her sister begins participating in protests against the company for their role in poisoning the water, secrets emerge and tensions mount. This powerful play about the choices we make for the sake of survival was the winner of the 2021 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Dates: Sun 01, Wed 04, Thu 05, Fri 06, Sat 07, Sun 08, Wed 11, Thu 12, Fri 13, Sat 14, Sun 15 Booking and More Information
Stories for a Sleepless Night Gather around for an evening of terrifying storytelling including classic tales by Edgar Allan Poe and Edith Wharton, old favorites you may have heard around the campfire, and hair-raising anecdotes of real-life ghost encounters. Curated by Artistic Director Freddie Ashley and featuring the talents of the Actor’s Express Apprentice Company, Stories for a Sleepless Night will get your Halloween off to a spine-tingling and pulse-racing start. Dates: Fri 27, Sat 28 Booking and More Information

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