Directed by Oroki Rice, it’s an interracial love story set in 1918. There is a war in Europe, and a smaller war in South Carolina, where an African-American seamstress and a white German-American baker have a long-time affair. Disapproval from neighbors and family, as well as South Carolina’s laws prohibiting interracial marriage, makes it increasingly hard for them […]
Saturday, September 15 starting at 4:00 PM Come catch up with friends and celebrate shows long past or soon to come! We will be at one of the fire pits along the Point; keep an eye out and you will surely find us. Bring food or drink to share.
An Evening of Horror and Suspense IX An Evening of Horror and Suspense Directed by Shonte Wesson Saturday, October 20 Augustana Lutheran Church 5500 S. Woodlawn Avenue The HPCP continues its annual Halloween tradition with another anthology of tales of HORROR…and suspense! Actors bring spine-tingling old-time radio plays to life, accompanied by live sound effects!
Friday, Sept. 14, 8 pm at Augustana. (Note–this is the 2nd Friday) See Marilyn’s original adaptation of the 1962 novel by American mystery/horror writer Shirley Jackson. Jackson was a prolific writer, and HPCP previously performed her most famous work, The Lottery, for one of our Radio Shows. Since the mysterious murders of four family members, the […]
Mariana Pineda, by Federico Garcia Lorca directed by Renata McAdams Performance dates: November 8-10 & 16-18, 2018 University Church (5655 S University Ave) Lorca’s Mariana Pineda, written in the early 1920s, was based on a real Granadan folk heroine of the 1830s. Described by Lorca as “A popular ballad in three engravings,” the play is lushly […]