- Friday, November 19 @ 7:30 PM
- Saturday, November 20 @ 7:30 PM
BSU Theatre presents Dominique Morisseau’s PIPELINE, directed by Sahira Parker.
PIPELINE by Dominique Morisseau delves into the all-to-real challenges of students caught in America’s broken education system which actively works against disinvested communities and students of color. Marking BSU Theatre’s re-emergence of live, in-person performance, this BSU Theatre production places audiences directly into the space where the drama happens - surrounded by the gates and walls that seem to confine the learner rather than foster growth. PIPELINE’s directing team is led by graduating senior Sahira Parker, who shares this story of a mother’s immeasurable love, and whose resilience, patience and strength become the only protection and support for her son.
Featuring performances by BSU students Rakell Foye, Terrence Griffin, Raymond Ingram, Kamri Johnson, Angelique Sterling and Daniel Young.
The production is designed by P. Precious Porter, Mariana Fernandez and Randy McFall, Kathryn Kawecki, Nathanael Hatchett and Jordan Marbray, Summer Jenkins, and A’nya Jackson.
FPAC's Black Box Theater
General Admission - the performances are free, but please register at: EVENTBRITE
For those unable to attend in person, please join us on our Instagram for a livestream of the performances.
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