Gripped by the terrifying murders of 23 children, Atlanta circa 1979 is the setting for Serial Black Face. At the forefront of the drama is Vivian, a single mother struggling to cope with the disappearance of her young son while working herself to the bone in order to provide her troubled teenage daughter with a better life. Like a bright point of light at the end of life's dark tunnel, a handsome stranger enters Vivian's life with the promise of new love ... but she'll soon learn that nothing is as it seems. Pulsing with emotional power and extraordinary grace, this production of Serial Black Face from award-winning playwright Janine Nabers can be seen at Atlanta's Actor's Express.
This performance is approximately one hour and 40 minutes long, with a 10-minute intermission.