Don’t Sing No Blues for Me by Acclaimed playwright Glenn Alan, directed Zuhairah McGill
Set in a rustic North Carolina barbershop, circa 1970... When a powerful storm blows into town, in the form of an abandoned child named Choice, this small country town stands to be blown apart. Summoned to a small town he has never visited, for the funeral of a mother he has never known, Choice discovers more than his past, he discovers his future. But his presence threatens to uproot lives that thought to be safe in the secrets his biological mother held.
“Everybody gets the blues from time to time, and if they tell you that they ain’t, then they’s lyin.” --Deacon
Event begins at 6:00PM
Presented by: DC Black Theatre Festival / First World Theatre Ensemble