Kansas City Star Features “Black Pearl Sings!”

Two women. One black, the other white. One educated, the other not. One pushing to make her name in a male-dominated world, the other committed to finding a missing daughter.

These are the characters — indeed, the only characters — in Frank Higgins’ “Black Pearl Sings,” a play about the power of music and language that became one of the most-produced plays in regional theater during the last five or six years…

Read the Kansas City Star article HERE

 

PIC Promo Quartet laughingPlaywright Frank Higgins, Nedra Dixon (Pearl Johnson), Vanessa Severo (Susannah Mullally) and director Walter Coppage

Photo: Manon Halliburton

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