In the Blood by Suzan-Lori Parks is a modern riff on the Scarlet Letter that follows the life of a Black homeless mother (Hester) raising five children — Jabber, Bully, Trouble, Beauty, and Baby. Each character is played by an adult actor who simultaneously plays another person in Hester’s life; her ex-boyfriend, social worker, doctor, best friend, and reverend. Laced in gritty poetry, childish laughter, and gripping despair, In the Blood is a new tragedy for our modern age.
Location: The CenterStage in the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance
February 1st @ 2:00PM
February 4th @ 2:00PM and 7:30PM
Admission is FREE, but seats are limited. Reserve a spot for a performance by submitting this form with your name and desired showtime.
Once capacity for each show is reached, you will be placed on the wait-list for that show. Seats that are unclaimed 5 minutes before the show begins will be released to the wait-list.