Lois Moore was a thriving middle class teenager who had been sheltered from the hauntings of racial discrimination. Her mother was bi-racial and had only exposed her children to the finer qualities of life which didn't include any segregated disadvantages. Carrie who had worked for the Moore's as a housekeeper for over twenty years, seemed to know more about the family than Lois's mother Elise. That was until Nel showed up, Carrie's granddaughter whom she hadn't seen since 1949. There was something strange going on but you couldn't quite put your finger on it!
Sat. Feb 28th 4PM Altered Stages, Sat. March 14th Ted Bardy Studios 1:45PM and 6PM, Sat. March 21st, The Producers Club 6:30PM:
Theater: Altered Stages II
Address: 150 W 28th St.
New York, NY 10001
Cost:Adults $20.00 until February 14th, thereafter $25.00 at Brown Paper Ticket. Discounts for seniors and Students
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006