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Set in 1950s Mendocino, a multi-racial girl grows up in a mostly white logging town. An orphan, she yearns to know her family story when a young black girl from Alabama arrives. “Passionate, lyrical, and full of down-home humor.” -Finalist 2007 Pulitzer Prize, by Eisa Davis, directed by Harry Waters Jr. (Angels in America, Back to the Future), presented by SSU Theatre Arts & Dance. Audiences will be seated on the main stage for an immersive, up close experience! * SSU Students FREE   + Post Show Discussion

Earlier Event: October 21
Magician Nash Fung
Later Event: October 24