Joshua Henry et al. Lead Amas Musical Theatre's A GOOD MAN, Nov. 3-4
Rural Mississippi just after World War II is a changing place where blacks have been leaving and going north in droves. Not "Prince" Albert - he likes it here. A poor sharecropper, but a strong man and a gifted farmer, he is proud of his leadership and standing. And when he finds out that his wife is pregnant, he decides to fulfill a dream -- to fix up and put fresh white paint on his shabby little tenant house. That simple wish turns his world upside down. Many people, not only the whites, don't want him to do it. Passions erupt, and resentment and fear gather like a dark summer storm, shattering family and community.
Performances run November 3 @ 4:00 and November 4 at 1pm and 4pm at The Snapple Theatre.