by ​​​​​Kevin Artigue
directed by ​​​​​​Leah C. Gardiner
Pacific Playwrights Festival
April 20, 2018 - April 22, 2018

Another black man killed by a white cop. Only this time the cop is the man you love. And you’re a black woman and a cop yourself. Can you trust your heart if the story keeps changing and you don’t know who or what to believe?

A $​​75 package to see all f​ive readings is available online, or by calling the Box Office at (714) 708-5555. This package is available to SCR Super Subscribers for $65—only by phone.

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​Kevin Artigue writes plays, TV and film. He was raised in Redlands, CA and lives in Brooklyn. He’s formerly a member of the 2016 Interstate 73 Writers Group and the 2015-16 Public Theater's Emerging Writers Group. His plays have been produced and developed with Page 73 Productions, The Public Theater, the National New Play Network, New York Theater Workshop, Portland Center Stage, Golden Thread, Theatre of NOTE, the Playwrights Foundation, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Yale Cabaret, University of Iowa and the Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis. He earned his ​MFA from the Iowa Playwrights Workshop.

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