“Now that we’re at home on Bayou Road, we’re thrilled to announce the return of our City Series. These three productions will intrigue, inspire and make you laugh−and there’s no better way to cool down and enjoy a cold cocktail than with this unique curation of home-grown theater.”
– Aimée Hayes, Producing Artistic Director
This summertime offering showcases the many different kinds of artists that make up
our great city.
The City Series 2019 will feature three riveting productions: Mark Broyard and Roger Guenveur Smith’s award-winning INSIDE THE CREOLE MAFIA, Nairoby Otero’s one-woman-play, ‘TIL SUNDAY, and A CONJURING & TELLING of BLACK GIRL MAGIC, curated and directed by Southern Rep’s Acting Company member Constance Thompson.
Written and performed by Nairoby Otero
Directed by Nathaniel P. Claridad
July 18 – 28 (7 performances only)
‘TIL SUNDAY is a one woman show that tackles what is means to be Cuban, what it means to be an immigrant, and ultimately, what it means to be American. The play is based on historical events, intertwined with real life struggles, faced by Cuban families that came to the United States in the early 1970’s to mid-1980’s seeking political asylum.
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