PEARL PULLEY, 23, a bi-racial (black and white) woman. Very light in complexion, nearly passing for White. She resides in Wake Forest, North Carolina.
CHARLES PULLEY, 22, an African-American farm worker and Pearl’s brother. Dark in complexion, residing in Wake Forest, North Carolina.
LUCIE MAE PULLEY, 18, an African-American house worker and Pearl’s sister. Dark in complexion, residing in Wake Forest, North Carolina.
MARGARET HASKINS, 40, an African-American teacher and Aunt to Pearl, Charles and Lucie Mae. She resides in the Mecca of Black resurgence, Harlem, New York.
JOHNNY WATERS, 51, a Caucasian Professor at Wake Forest University
Law School. He was born into a well off family of slave owners and married into educational prestige. He resides in Franklinton, North Carolina.
WILLIAM THOMAS, 22, an African-American college student in love with Pearl. He attends Winston Salem State University.
DOTTIE BANKS, 21, an African-American woman and love interest to Charles.
Workshop – 7 Stages/Self-Produced, 2015
Workshop – NYU, Black History Month, 2016
Reading – Classical Theater of Harlem/Playwrights Playground, 2016
Reading – La MaMa Theater, 2017
Approximately 80 minutes
Preview available here