by Robert O’Hara
Directed by Julie Lewis
Barbecue centers around the O’Mallerys, a dysfunctional group of siblings who come together for a park barbeque in order to stage an emergency intervention for their sister Barbara, whose drug habit has gotten out of hand. However, there are in fact two O’Mallery families, one white and one black. Each appear in different, yet similar scenes that juxtapose to create a dialogue about racial and family politics.
Please note, Barbecue deals with characters struggling with drug addiction, and therefore contains extensive drug references and simulated drug usage, smoking. In addition, it contains mature language, and simulated tasering.
November 17 – 21, 2022 | Robert & Eleanor Romadka College Center | F. Scott Black Theatre | CCBC Essex
November 17 at 11:10am
November 18, 19 at 7pm
November 20 at 3pm [ASL interpreted]
November 21 at 10am
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