Set in the sleepy Mississippi town of Etheridge in the summer of 1960, "Mirrors" depicts the lives of three African-American women bound by love and loss and family, and the secrets of their shared past. More…
From the show:
When 17-year-old Alma Jean finds her mother dead, she must pack up her life and move in with her mother’s ex-lover, a woman she doesn’t know. Her new guardian, Bird Wilson, is the town pariah and unused to sharing her home. Will mourning the death of a shared loved one bring Alma Jean and Bird together or push them further apart?
See it if you're interested in LGBTQ stories of black women in the American south.
Don't see it if you don't like true black box inexpensive theater or themes of lesbianism.
See it if You’re a fan of new works from emerging LGBTQ artists. I didn’t enjoy the show, but I think it’s good to support new and diverse voices.
Don't see it if You’re interested in a polished product. The show isn’t very tight or clearly written or performed, but there are some good ideas here.