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Miss Evers' Boys

presents our next Mainstage production
Final Week!

Miss Evers’ Boys

By David Feldshuh
Directed by Antoinette Winstead

Eunice Evers ~ Vanessa White
Dr. Eugene Brodus ~ John Martin Fitzhugh
Dr. John Douglas ~ Michael Burger
Willie Johnson ~ Edward Lawrence Burkley IV
Caleb Humphries ~ Charles Riley
Hodman Bryan ~ Clifford Ross
Ben Washington ~ Kevin Majors
Tori Foutz ~ US Eunice Evers/Production Assistant

Antoinette Winstead ~ Director
Ella Edwards ~ Stage Manager
Jenelva Carter ~ Costume Designer
Jesse Arenas ~ Lighting Designer
Scharlette Donald ~ Sound Designer
Chris Martinez ~ Set Constructor
Ron Abrams ~ Photographer
Danielle King ~ Asst. Director
Paul Riddle, Jr. ~ Producer

Click here to view bios for Cast & crew

In an effort to get medical help for Alabama tenant farmers, their nurse, Miss Evers, convinces them to join a government study to treat venereal disease. When the money runs out, Nurse Evers is faced with a difficult decision: to tell the men that they are no longer being treated and that they are now part of a research study to see what untreated syphilis will do to them, or follow the lead of the doctor she respects and the tenets of the nursing profession.

Nurse Evers follows the advice of her advisors, and with the understanding that the study can help thousands more, she does not tell the men they are no longer receiving medication. She does this with the assurance that as soon as medication becomes available, her men will be the first to receive it. But after fourteen years of caring for her patients as if they were family, when medication is finally available, it is denied to her study group. Nurse Evers, devastated at the news and starting to watch her men die, can no longer keep silent.

Shunned for her silence of fourteen years, Nurse Evers holds her head up and explains the reasons and emotions that kept her in the study and kept her caring for her men. Some of them forgive her, others do not, as Nurse Evers tries to put back a world broken by prejudice, disease, time and trust.
Story contains mature themes

Show Dates: February 10-26, 2012

Friday & Saturday evening shows at 8:00 PM
Sunday Matinees 4:00 pm

Little Carver Civic Center
226 N. Hackberry, SATX, 78202

Tickets are still just $21
DD Group w/frame
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or call ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000

Discounts for Seniors, Military, and Students $17 ( ID required)
SATCO and ATAC $16 ( ID required)

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