An unsparingly bleak portrait of family life. Set in Houston during the Depression, J. e. Franklin’s play portrays the day-to-day struggles of a working-class family of six who are so poor that a new pair of shoes has to be shared among the children.
|Stage Manager||Fred Seagraves|
|Set Designer||Felix E. Cochren Jr.|
|Lighting Designer||Jeffrey Guzik|
|Costume Designer||Judy Dearing|
|Sound Designer||Bill Toles|
|Actor||Vincent La Mar Campbell|
All 1992-93 Season productions: