‘Miss Evers’ Boys’
Kicking off Grambling State University’s theater season is the provocative “Miss Evers’ Boys,” with nightly performances set for 7 p.m. Sept. 25-28 at the Floyd L. Sandle Theatre, PAC on the main campus.
“This is an educational play,” said King David Godwin, head of the visual and performing arts department and endowed professor at GSU. “We wanted a historical play, and one that would also grip and hold the attention of the audience. This particular production addresses ethical and moral issues within the education and research communities.”