Bobbie & Jerome
World Premiere - written by Dan Owens, Directed by Jacqueline Moscou
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center October 10 - 26, 2008
Two cousins, BOBBIE and JEROME fight their addictions, their joined past and each other. Errol is the Stone Yards master mason, who admires both for their talent as stone carvers but also fears for their futures. Set in the stone yard of Harlems large gothic cathedral, the two struggle to save the Stone Yard and settle a past score.
"Bobbie and Jerome" is more uplifting than some of the real stories behind it, and less cliched and bad for the community's image than the play you can imagine a Hollywood producer would make. Tim Appelo, Seattle PI
"...new, engaging work, well performed, has an excitement that floods a stage and all three actors hum with fearless energy."
Richard Wallace, Seattle Times
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
104 17th Ave. South
Seattle, WA 98144
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|