This co-production between ShowTown and TheatreWorks New Milford staged a collection of 10-minute, one-act plays that were amongst the best from a competition of over 100 plays submitted to TheatreWorks from around the country. During two performances on November 2nd, the audience selected the best play, best actress and best actor.
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This play was produced by TheatreWorks in New Milford, CT and performed at the Seifert Theatre at the Salisbury School on Route 44 in Salisbury, CT .
Two attorneys, one white one black, are considering a new client for their aggressive law firm. The potential client is a wealthy, white businessman accused of rape by a young black woman. The decision is complicated when their new hire, also a young black woman, weighs in on the matter.
Note: This play has strong language and controversial themes.
The play runs for about 80 minutes without intermission.