Presented by Contemporary American Theater Festival
Jim and Laurel Parker are about to become new parents. They are broke. They are loud. They are “proud white trash.” After the birth of their long overdue child, the couple and their community are faced with a surprise that challenges everything they believe in. A contemporary southern drama that explores a couple in turmoil, and a town stuck in a racially-charged past, both struggling to find a way into the present. This quirky, heartfelt, domestic drama tackles issues of class, race, family, faithfulness, and forgiveness with compassion and intelligence. Where do you draw the line on betrayal? How forgiving can you be?
by Evan Linder
Directed by Mar Masterson
Part of the Contemporary American Theater Festival in Shepherdstown, WV