Tuskegee Love Letters: A Couple's Struggle With Wartime Separation
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The last date listed for Tuskegee Love Letters was Sunday September 9, 2012 / 3:00pm.
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Written and directed by Tanya Fuad, the dramedy Three Crazy Girls and One Stink Boy returns by popular demand, following the emotional story of four orphaned siblings from post-civil war Liberia as they attempt to adapt to life in America. The oldest, Oreta, remains tormented and unable to escape the harsh memories of the past, while the younger girls take tentative steps towards building new lives. Meanwhile, the youngest -- a boy named Donzo -- pays plenty of attention to his sisters, hoping to learn more about their vague family history. Learn More
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Featured review from Emarel
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I enjoyed the play. The writing was very good, and the actors expressed the words very well. There was a bit of lag, however, in between the speakers. While the younger girl is adorable, I didn't understand why she was introducing some of the dialogue (except perhaps to gain experience).
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A great depiction of a family struggling to keep there faith and love strong throughout their separation through a time of war. I loved that the actual letters were performed. It made me feel as though I was a part of their story.
Performed with special permission from the author, Kim Russell
Directed by Mark Henry and Jennie Hamilton