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Alley All New Festival: Miller, Mississippi

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As part of the inaugural Alley All New Festival, which will feature a combination of readings and workshop performances of six new plays, Alley Theatre will present Miller, Mississippi by Boo Killebrew, directed by Lee Sunday Evans.

This new Southern Gothic tale begins with a ghost story told to the Miller children by their family’s Black maid in 1960 and ends in 1982 after reality has proved far worse for this genteel Southern family in Jackson, Mississippi. Killebrew tells a story set in her home state about the legacy of white male privilege that is as lurid as it is based in truth.

As part of the inaugural Alley All New Festival, which will feature a combination of readings and workshop performances of six new plays, Alley Theatre will present Miller, Mississippi by Boo Killebrew, directed by Lee Sunday Evans.

This new Southern Gothic tale begins with a ghost story told to the Miller children by their family’s Black maid in 1960 and ends in 1982 after reality has proved far worse for this genteel Southern family in Jackson, Mississippi. Killebrew tells a story set in her home state about the legacy of white male privilege that is as lurid as it is based in truth.

As part of the inaugural Alley All New Festival, which will feature a combination of readings and workshop performances of six new plays, Alley Theatre will present Miller, Mississippi by Boo Killebrew, directed by Lee Sunday Evans.

This new Southern Gothic tale begins with a ghost story told to the Miller children by their family’s Black maid in 1960 and ends in 1982 after reality has proved far worse for this genteel Southern family in Jackson, Mississippi. Killebrew tells a story set in her home state about the legacy of white male privilege that is as lurid as it is based in truth.

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Alley Theatre
615 Texas Ave.
Houston, TX 77002
https://www.alleytheatre.org/plays/alley-all-new

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Admission is free.
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