Reprisal of stage play MULATTO'S DILEMMA Thanksgiving Weekend Only!!! — Juliette Fairley , Mulatto's Dilemma — AAPEX

Sunday, November 4, 2007

Reprisal of stage play MULATTO'S DILEMMA Thanksgiving Weekend Only!!!

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If you missed it this summer, you don't have to miss it again! Mulatto's Dilemma is back at the Manhattan Theatre Source on November 23 and 24. Show time is 7:30pm Starring Juliette Fairley, the play is about a bi-racial woman who lived in the 1920s and traveled between the American South, Washington DC and France undecided as to whether she should marry a black or French man during a time when lynchings and Jim Crow were part of everyday life.Supporting cast includes Susan Neuffer, David Emani, Herman Eppert, Sakinah Garrett, William Sudan Mason. Written by Juliette Fairley, Directed by Jake Witlen, Produced by Diane Richards, Associate Produced by Quenton Hunt and David Emani. for ticket purchase, call 212-501-4751.

Jaz Dorsey
AAPEX Dramaturge
Mulatto's Dilemma

A story about looking for love and finding fate when black and white were forbidden to mate.…

Thanksgiving Weekend Only

An Equity Showcase produced and curated as part of the Manhattan Theatre Source PlayGround Development Series.

November 23-24, 2007 Friday and Saturday
Place: Manhattan Theatre Source
177 MacDougal Street near Washington Square Park
Time: Doors open at 7:30pm Showtime 8pm

Cast: Juliette Fairley, David Emani, Susan Neuffer, Herman Eppert, Sakinah Garrett Benjamin, William Sudan Mason.

Directed by Jake Witlen
Written by Juliette Fairley
Co-Produced by Diane Richards
Associate Producers: Quenton Hunt, David Emani

The story of Annique Brick, a bi-racial woman who lived in the 1920s traveling between the Harlem Renaissance and France undecided as to who to marry during a time when being black or white was a matter of life and death. With music from Bessie Smith, Edith Piaf and costumes from the Roaring Twenties.

For general ticket sales, please order with the box office 212-501-4751. Tickets are $15.

There will be an opening night cast party on Friday November 23 and a closing night cast party on Saturday, November 24. Location to be announced at the theatre.

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