Just the bare-bones description of Korde Arrington Tuttle’s
play “graveyard shift” is enough to make you tense if you pay
any attention to the news or the world around you.
Loosely inspired by the story of Sandra Bland, Tuttle’s
topical drama depicts a young African-American woman recently
relocated to Texas and her encounter with a small-town police
officer having a bad day.
Kicking off the 10th year of San Francisco Playhouse’s
second-stage Sandbox Series of small-scale world premieres,
“graveyard shift” is directed by Melissa Crespo at the
Creativity Theater at Yerba Buena Gardens and stars Sam Jackson,
Rondrell McCormick, Amanda Farbstein, Gwen Loeb and Max
Details: Through Nov. 3; Creativity Theater,
221 4th Street, San Francisco; $30; 415-677-9596, www.sfplayhouse.org
Source: FS – All – Interesting – News 2
Lives collide in worst way in Sandra Bland-inspired SF drama