Pipeline by Dominique Morisseau Ancillary Events
The play America needs right now
is an emotionally harrowing, ethically ambiguous drama that raises barbed questions about class, race, parental duty, and the state of American education.” – Variety
By Dominique Morisseau
Directed by Francine Thomas Reynolds
March 10-14 and 17-21, 2020 at 7:30 p.m.
March 15 & 22, 2020 at 2 p.m.
Contemporary Drama | Regional Premiere
Appropriate for ages 14+ (details in box office)
During the run of the show, New Stage will be hosting the following events:
- March 11: Actor Chat – Post show discussion in the Auditorium with the Actors
- March 12: NST Dialogue with Vangela Wade, President and CEO, Mississippi Center for Justice – Post show discussion in the Hewes Room.
- March 15: Native Son by Richard Wright, adapted by Nambi E. Kelly: Staged Reading as part of the MS Play Series directed by Yolanda Williams; 4 p.m. in the Hewes Room – Admission is free for Pipeline ticket holders and $5 for all others.
Cancelled due to COVID-19 Pandemic:
- March 17: Educator Night – Educators receive a $15 ticket as well as a post show discussion and complimentary beverage; moderated by Von Gordon, Youth Engagement Coordinator, The William Winter Center for Racial Reconciliation. Mr. Gordon will moderate a discussion titled Between A Rock And A Hard Place: Teachers and the School to Prison Pipeline – The multidimensional challenges that teachers face in managing classrooms and learning while trying to protect every child
- March 18: NST Dialogue with Oleta Fitzgerald, Southern Regional Director, Children’s Defense Fund – The discussion will take place in the Hewes Room after the performance with the theme “Dismantling the Cradle to Prison Pipeline.”
- March 20: Youth Night – Students receive a discounted rate on tickets as well as a post show discussion with members of the cast
- Ongoing: We Real Cool Poetry Contest (details to follow)
More details to come!
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