In 1955, the body of 14-year old Emmett Till from Chicago turns up in a Money, MS river. Two men are acquitted for the murder. Here, one man performs 36 different roles in telling of the Emmett Till tragedy.
Fifty years have passed since the fabled March on Washington where Dr. Martin Luther King presented his dream. Now, the hopes and utopian desires of that dream have faded, leaving behind stains of diminished expectations and ancient, undying terrors. Here we grapple with the question: What does it mean to be Black in America in the 21st century?