|Event Start Date:||September 25, 2020|
|Event End Date:||September 25, 2020|
|Event Start Time:||7:30 PM|
|Event End Time:||9:30 PM|
|Venue:||Theatre Baton Rouge|
|Event Location:||7155 Florida Blvd|
AMERICAN SON by Christopher Demos-Brown Directed by Greg Williams, Jr. Assistant Director: Andrew Vessel Stage Manager: Kayla Basco CAST: Kendra Ellis-Connor: Mercedes Wilson Scott Connor: Tim Sandifer Officer Paul Larkin: Austin Ventura Lt. John Stokes: Roger Ferrier AMERICAN SON is an American drama that raises important questions about the degree to which race, gender, and class play into police procedure, as well as how we deal with family relationships, love, loss, and identity. An estranged bi-racial couple must confront their feelings about race and bias after their son is detained by local police following a traffic stop incident. Their disparate histories and backgrounds inform their assumptions as they try to find out what happened to their son. AMERICAN SON is presented as part of Theatre Baton Rouge’s City Series, which is sponsored by John Turner & Jerry Fisher. This production is sponsored by PartnersOne and Portobello’s. Show dates are September 25 – October 4, 2020. Tickets for this production are $25 for students/$30 for adults and are available now at TheatreBR.org or by calling 225-924-6496. Seating is limited to 40 patrons per performance, to allow for social distancing. Patrons will be required to wear masks at all times while inside the building. Bar, bathroom, and entrance/exit protocol will be emailed to patrons the week of their chosen performance. This play deals with issues of racism, racial identity, and police brutality, and is rated R. We hope you can join us for this incredibly important production. We can’t wait to see you at Theatre Baton Rouge!