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American King Umps: A Midsummer Night’s Melodrama on the Tragedy of Slavery

REBECCA JACOBSON
7 pm Thursdays-Saturdays and 3 pm Sundays through Feb. 16, Saturday February 08 | $20
Ethos/IFCC
5340 N Interstate Ave.
 

Playwright Don Wilson Glenn drew on his great-great-grandfather's stories of slavery for this new play, produced by Damaris Webb and Passin' Arts. Blending Shakespearean tropes with high melodrama, the play is set during the Civil War on a West Texas plantation where the master has abandoned his cotton fields, leaving the slaves to govern themselves.



Where: Ethos/IFCC
Address: 5340 N Interstate Ave.
Website: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/476796

 
 

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5340 N Interstate Ave.
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