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Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill

Mar 13 – May 4, 2019

1959. A seedy bar in Philadelphia. You’re about to witness one of Billie Holiday’s last performances, given four months before her death. More than a dozen powerful musical numbers are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to project a dynamic portrait of the lady and her music. Please note that this production will be staged at The Linebacker at 2631 W Michigan St, Indianapolis, Indiana 46222
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Miss You Like Hell

Jul 12 – Aug 4, 2019

Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes (Water by the Spoonful, In the Heights) and acclaimed, genre-breaking singer/songwriter Erin McKeown combine talents in this powerful new musical. Miss You Like Hell tells the story of Beatriz and her estranged 16-year-old daughter, Olivia. On the road trip of a lifetime these incredible women make new friends, reconnect with each other, and explore the meanings of family and redemption.
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Brothers Paranormal

Sep 6 – Sep 20, 2019

The Brothers Paranormal tells the story of two Thai-American brothers who launch a ghost-hunting business in order to capitalize on the nationwide increase in sightings of Asian-looking ghosts. When the siblings end up investigating the home of an African American couple who claim to be haunted by one very terrifying spirit, everyone’s notions of reality, fantasy, and sanity clash against the shocking truth. At times haunting, at times hilarious, The Brothers Paranormal serves as a powerful metaphor for grief, loss, and healing among communities of color.
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Salt Pepper Ketchup

Nov 1 – Nov 24, 2019

A layer of bulletproof glass won’t protect Superstar Chinese Take-Out owners from the gentrification consuming the Point Breeze neighborhood in South Philly. By African American playwright, Joshua Wilder. When a trendy food co-op opens nearby, the Wu’s and their customers initially see it as a hipster annoyance, but as tensions mount they begin to recognize the intrusion as an act of war. Tinged with genuine humor and pathos, Salt Pepper Ketchup examines the very human consequences of neighborhood redevelopment.
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