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Don't Call Me Brother (Staged Reading)

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Presented by JWHill Productions at George Washington Carver Museum - Boyd Vance Theater, Austin TX

Sep 27 2015
Don't Call Me Brother (Staged Reading)

Another black youth has been killed by a police officer under questionable circumstances. Recently promoted Andrew Merritt’s first task as Chief of the Community Liaison Department is to restore his former community’s confidence in the police department while at the same time trying to maintain the respect of his family and his fellow police officers. His loyalty is in question from both sides. Is this new job a step up…or a set up?

This is a dramatized stage reading followed by a panel

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ADMISSION INFO

$15 Adult/$10 Youth

Group discount for 10 or more purchased at one time

Contact: 5127396247

Email: jwhill120@gmail.com

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Doors open at 1:30pm; post show talkback 3:45pm

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Google Map of 1165 Angelina, Austin, TX 78702

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