A new reading series of fresh contemporary plays, presented live and to a limited audience. Produced by Mirrorbox Theatre.
Friday, June 26th, join us for "Stonewallin'" by Kari Barclay.
About the play...
"Stonewall Jackson coughs, and out comes glitter." Stonewallin' is a queer coming-of-age story in the American South full of witchcraft, war re-enactors, and ghosts. Developed over two years under the guidance of Young Jean Lee, Stonewallin' explores the gap between symbolic politics and material politics in racial history and offers an account of attraction rarely seen on stage.
The witches are up to something in the small-town South. When Marsha moves from Berkeley to Virginia to reconnect with her family’s roots, she finds a barista with an astrology obsession, a Confederate monument gone missing, and the makings of a bisexual love story — if she wants it. With humanity, humor, and as many layers as a biscuit, this new play explores the families we choose, the families we don’t, and the folks making magic in a changing South.
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Attendance is free and donations are kindly accepted at mirrorboxtheatre.com/donate