Gus and Connie are two black senior citizens waiting to find out if they will have to serve on a jury. Given their similarities in age and race, their opinions on the topic wind up being surprisingly different – as different as confrontation and consensus. Still, something is happening between them… something unexpected in the way they affect each other. They spend the time learning about each other’s quirks, families and the importance of civic duty.
As these two strangers explore whether or not they have a connection, this world premiere one-act written and directed by Carol M. Becker also illuminates how their differences spark a much deeper conversation about what it means to serve an underserved and too frequently neglected community.
Starring Veronica Thompson and William Warren.
COVID UPDATE: MASKS REQUIRED AT ALL PERFORMANCES
With the number of cases doubling in our neighborhood over the last week to 4%, for the health and safety of our performers and crew, regardless of vaccination status, our show will require every patron to wear a face covering inside the theater (disposable ones will be provided).
Additionally, to attend any of our shows, you must:
- Show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result (within 48 hours for PCR, 24 for antigen – home tests are not allowed)