Liberation. Peace. Love. Self-Defense. Oakland in 1967 is a powder keg of social activism ready to boil over into radical action. For the patrons of Miss Trish’s bar, it’s all just talking points — until the full, seductive and explosive force of the revolution walks through the door. History and imagination collide with vibrant humor and echo into our present moment in this stirring new play from Tori Sampson, playwright of The New York Times Critic’s Pick IF PRETTY HURTS, UGLY MUST BE A MUHFUCKA, directed by Obie Award-winner and Vineyard artist-in-residence Whitney White (OUR DEAR DEAD DRUG LORD).
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