Sin, Corruption & Murder in Provocative Musical Chicago
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Written by one of Atlanta's theatrical talents, these thought-provoking one-act plays from Rising Sage Theatre Company examine what it means to be a black man in America and look at the aftermath of gun violence. Chainz tells the story of four men who meet in a police station holding cell following the protest of a young teen's death. Their discussion turns inward as the men discuss being an endangered species in America. Broken centers on five women who have all lost a child to gun violence. Together they search for strength after experiencing such an intense loss. Playwright Paris Crayton was recently named to ArtsATL's 30 Under 30 list. Learn More
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