Monday, March 12, 2012
Tonight @ Broadway Theatre Center, 8 p.m.
To save his life, a man must uncover the truth about the death of a widow with whom he has been involved and whom he is accused of murdering. The man is black; the woman is white. Reginald Edmund's twisting drama South Bridge, set in 1881 Ohio, is the first of two world premieres offered this spring by Uprooted Theatre, a groundbreaking company that stages polished productions of works representing the many voices in the African-American experience. Marti Gobel directs.