By Dominique Morrisseau
Directed by Bakari Lebby
Kenyatta Shakur was a Black Revolutionary in the 80s – a legend in his own right. Now that his wife and fellow-revolutionary has died, Kenyatta is desperate to reconnect with Nina, his estranged daughter. However, Nina is now a successful hustler who sees revolution in her own way. She and her boyfriend Damon have big plans of locking down a few more jobs before leaving the country forever, which leaves Kenyatta fighting an impending deadline as he tries to reconcile his past and conquer his most challenging revolution of all – fatherhood. Sunset Baby is an energized, vibrant, and witty look at the point where the personal and political collide, and is by one of the most exciting and distinctive voices in American playwrighting: Dominique Morrisseau.
General Public Tickets on sale: January 23rd at 12am
Friday February 23 – 8:00pm
Saturday February 24 – 8:00pm
Sunday February 25 – 3:00pm
Wednesday February 28 – 7:30pm
Thursday March 1 – 7:30pm
Friday March 2 – 8:00pm
Saturday March 3 -2:00pm (Matinee) and 8:00pm
A Talk-Back with cast and panelists will follow the performance on February 25th.
Adults: $25.00 for all performances
Students: $20.00 for all performances