Migration
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Migration

Migration, in its premiere run, is the last production of eta Creative Arts Foundation’s 2015–2016 season. Written by Bradford and directed by Kemati Porter, the play tells the love story of Lillian Stride and Noble Johnson, two young African Americans living in Jackson, Mississippi, as well as the story of their migration to and time in Chicago. Lillian, an ambitious young journalist and the daughter of her town’s pastor, wants to leave Jackson for “possibility”—the possibility of fulfilling her dreams, of a better life unattainable in Jackson.

– Presented by ETA Creative Arts | Kemati Porter

 

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The Negro Ensemble Company Award/Outstanding Stage Production: “Migration,” eta Creative Arts Foundation.

 

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Date

April 25, 2023

Category

Theatre