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One front porch, three generations of women, 105 degrees! This play was nominated for a Joseph Jefferson Award for Outstanding New Work and was part of Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre’s 2011 Dramatic Reading Series. It also was a finalist in the Dayton Playhouse Future-Fest and for the Theodore Ward Award for African American Playwrights. Estell is a resident playwright at Chicago Dramatists and a 2010-2011 3Arts fellow. For more info., call 847/448-8254 or visit cityofevanston.org/fjtheatre.
Saturday shows begin at 7 p.m. and Sunday shows begin at 3 p.m.
More About Noyes Cultural Arts Center
Located on Noyes Street in Evanston, the Noyes Cultural Arts Center is a facility housing Evanston's Cultural Arts Division. The center features two fine arts galleries and a 190-seat theater. For information about upcoming performances and showings, visit the Noyes Cultural Arts Center website.