Lines: The Lived Experience of Race
Lines: The Lived Experience of Race is an original verbatim social justice play about Grand Rapids, Michigan. Used as an advocacy piece to promote racial healing in the city, it played to sold out audiences at Actors' Theatre Grands Rapids in 2010 and is now being reprised for 2016, with new research after the tumultuous events related to race in America this past year. 10 actors play dozens of characters exploring education, housing, white supremacy, privilege, criminal justice, religion and general inequality.
Scenic Design by David Leugs
Lighting Design by Catie Dreher
Costume Design by Heather Brown