By Travis Tate
Directed by Alice Stanley
Nights before Darla's 21st birthday, she is told of The Belleford women's great power that she will inherit. Darla's girlfriend is a tad angry with her. Oh, and the family cat, Winston, has started talking. While studying her induction into the family coven, Sherry, Darla's grandmother, falls sick. Darla must negotiate her family's legacy, her power and the love of her life...all before she's able to drink.
MotherWitch contains mature content.
April 13, 19, and 21 at 7:30 p.m. and April 15 at 2:00 p.m.
Community Engagement Event
Conjuring #BlackGirlMagic: A Live Podcast
April 18 immediately following the 7:30 p.m. performance
Oscar G. Brockett Theatre
Guests are invited to join in a conversation about experiences with representation in MotherWitch and in departments across the university campus. Participants include: LaKayla Williams (M.A./.Ph.D. student / Center for Women's and Gender Studies and the African and African Diaspora Studies Department), Joanna Beltran (M.A. student / Latin American Studies), Shawntal Brown (M.A. student / Center for Women's and Gender Studies), Dalyah Jones (host / reporter for Austin's NPR station, KUT), Briana Barner, (Ph.D. student / Media Studies). Discussion facilitated by Tiffany Thomas (B.A. student / Department of Theatre and Dance).