18 May 2006
Latest JSU Play
A Tale of Racism and Redemption in the South
Shameful memories of the past can often haunt the present and corrode the
future. The only way to exorcise those demons is by facing them head on. Such is the goal with the latest production hosted by the Jacksonville State
University Drama Department. Was, which opens tonight at 7 p.m. in the Ernest
Stone Performing Arts Center, is an intense story of racism and redemption in
the Civil Rights era South and winner of JSU’s 2005 Southern Playwright’s
Competition. See story at The Anniston Star's website: www.annistonstar.com.
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