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  • BLACK ROCK by Gregory Keng Strasser
    Sat, Aug 19
    Temperance Alley Garden
    In West Blocton, Alabama, Phil Braxton has been waiting over 500 days for the strike against the Warrior Met Coal Mining facility to close. Phil is determined that his son, Bobby, will return from college and join their fight in the preservation for their way of life, but Bobby has radical new ideas
  • THE CHINESE LADY by Lloyd Suh @ American Stage
    Wed, Jan 31
    St. Petersburg
    Her feet are bound, her freedom is non-existent, the first Chinese woman to step foot in America was treated as a sideshow act in the darkest parts of the 1800s...


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