Two brothers raised in the inner city, Glen and Walter, could not be further apart.  Glen, a carpenter, stayed close to his roots, never leaving the city, or the mindset that often comes along with it.  Walter, on the other hand, leaves home the moment he’s able, never looking back, and starts a new “white-washed” kind of life, complete with his new white wife Grace.  The only thing that could ever bring him back home is the death of his father.   When this happens, the collision of these two brothers and these two worlds, causes an impact that no one was prepared for.  Views are challenged on both sides, lives are altered, and everyone is permanently changed.

Date: January 19 at 6:00 pm
Venue: Mile Square Theatre – Show In Map
About Kara Shelton

Kara K. Shelton is an actor, writer and director.  She is the director and one of the principal actors of the Abundant Harvest Drama Ministry of NJ.  It is in this role that she uses her passion to reach out to the community, ministering through drama in detention centers, prisons, homeless shelters, and churches throughout the Northeast.   In addition to becoming a recipient of the 2015 Individual Artist Fellowship Grant for Playwrights from the NJ council on the Arts, she has also had her work featured at the 14th Annual Urban Media Makers Film Festival, and the “Take Ten!” ten-minute Play Festival.

The MileSquarePlayGround Reading Series

About The MileSquare PlayGround Reading Series

The MileSquare PlayGround reading series supports and develops new work at MST, in a partnership with Writers Theatre of New Jersey, This series celebrates three NJ women—all award-winning playwrights—with professional readings and a post-performance talkback with the writer and director.