Venue: Pollock Stage
By: Ginger Rutland
Featuring: Michael J. Asberry as Bill, Nathalie Autumn Bennett as Eva, and Brooklynn T. Solomon as Ginger
Directed By: Stephen Eich
Parental Guidance: Appropriate for Middle School & Up
Sponsored By: Ellis Goodman Family, and The Teichert Foundation
Community Partnership: Lilliput Families
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Based on a book by Eva Rutland, this world premiere tells the story of one family’s experience with integration in post-World War II Sacramento. When a black mother moves to California from the segregated south with her husband and children, the family must confront what it’s like to be the first black household on the block, the only black children at school, and how to continue to love those with different ideologies—even when they live under your own roof. At once timely, poignant, and funny, this production continues STC’s commitment to produce new works with local relevance.