Fall Theatre Production: 1620 Bank Street
December 31, 1969 @ 7:30pm — Norton Clapp Theatre, Jones Hall
A new play by C. Rosalind Bell
Directing and dramaturgy by Grace Livingston and Geoff Proehl
Scene design by Kurt Walls; costume design by Mishka Navarre
Although the United States Supreme Court ruled in 1954 and 1955 that the Separate and Equal doctrine was null and void, it would be the late ‘60s before Louisiana acted to fully integrate its schools. The play, 1620 Bank Street, takes place at a southwestern Louisiana Catholic High School and provides a lens into the lives of the people affected by the decision as notions of race, class, culture, and love bump against and into one another.
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Ths play contains strong and offensive language, and challenging social themes.
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Performance Dates and Times: Fri., Oct. 26; Sat., Oct, 27; Thurs., Nov. 1; Fri., Nov 2; Sat., Nov. 3; 7:30 p.m. | Sat., Nov. 3, 2 p.m.