A free play reading staged as part of Kendeda Week 2018.
by Korde A Tuttle
directed by Tinashe Kajese
After receiving an exciting job offer, Janelle relocates to Texas, where she moves in with her partner, Kane. Meanwhile, the life of a small-town police offer is thrown into flux when the co-worker he's involved with decides she's leaving town. When worlds collide, Janelle and Kane experience firsthand how dangerous power can be when met with bias. A meditation on love, and inspired by real events, Graveyard Shift is an unflinching look at how we navigate a world full of fear, and the corrosive consequences for all parties involved.
Wednesday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m.
This reading is free; RSVPs are suggested. The Rich Theatre is located on the main floor of The Woodruff Arts Center's Memorial Arts Building at 1280 Peachtree Street NE.
Note that you will not receive a physical ticket—we will have a list of RSVPs at the event.