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By Pearl Cleage
Directed by Terrence Spivey
Bourbon at the Border is an immensely important and timely drama. Howard University students May and Charlie joined hundreds of other Americans in Mississippi in the summer of 1964 for a voter registration drive. Years later, they are still searching for a way back from the damage that was done to them during that long ago “Freedom Summer.”
Admission to this theatrical production is free with seating assigned at the door on a first-come, first-seated basis. MASKS ARE REQUIRED.
Bourbon at the Border includes strong language, racial slurs, and descriptions of physical and sexual violence.