Emmett Till -- few names carry as much weight. Sixty years ago, Till, a 14-year-old black youth, was lynched in Mississippi and became a symbol for Civil Rights that still resonates today. In 1955, when Till came down to the Delta from Chicago to visit relatives, he was walking into a world he didn't understand, a world where whistling at a white woman could get a black man killed. In Dar He: The Story of Emmett Till, actor-playwright Mike Wiley inhabits dozens of characters to bring to life the historic events surrounding Tills murder and the subsequent trial. Wiley previously starred in a feature film adaptation of Dar He, which has played to acclaim at film festivals around the world. Now he brings this powerful story back to the stage at The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts of Coweta.