The year is 1934: An America in crisis.
Impossible economic gaps. Jobs that pay nothing. Families that are torn apart.
Who will do what it takes to finally make a change?
LINTHEAD is a new play that tells the story of a South Carolina mill-worker who is forced to hurt everyone he loves in exchange for standing up for what is right. In a world of fire-and-brimstone sermons, travelling hoochie-coochie girls, and lungs full of cotton dust, LINTHEAD brings a new voice to the discussion of civil rights, and reminds us that love and family are the only things worth fighting for.
Both for its theatricality and white-hot immediate resonance, we want to give LINTHEAD the production it deserves. We have assembled a top-notch creative team to bring the play to the stage this Spring, beginning our process with a public reading in January with Alfred Molina in the leading role. The Artery Playwrights Project is now committed to mounting a fully realized production in Los Angeles for a three to four week run in early to mid May, and we need your help!
We’re so close to reaching our $9,000 goal!
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Max, Candace, & Brian