Synopsis: This film is dedicated to Daniel Prude, Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, Jacob Blake-paralyzed, George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, Ahmaud Arbery, Tamir Rice, David McAtee, Dreasjon “Sean” Reed, Michael Brent Ramos, Manuel “Manny” Ellis, Atatiana Koquice Jefferson and other victims of police violence in an effort to bring unity. With original music, the cast devised songs, dances, and slam poetry tributes in monologue, duet, and ensemble format to explore the deep divides between police and public, Blacks and Whites, in order to discover common ground and equality. With a throw-back theme to the 1960s civil rights marches, the characters question the political sides and try to tear down the walls of conflict to build a better world.
Frankie Mastras (Frank)
Tamara Adams (Tamara)
Dawson Babischkin (Dawson)
Sophia Clark (Sophia)
In the confusion and dissent that swirled during the summer of 2020 after the death of George Floyd and during Covid, the cast and crew set about to divulge their true feelings in music and monologue.
Karen Berman won the Governor’s Award for the Arts in 2017 from Governor Nathan Deal in Georgia and is Dean Emerita of the College of Fellows of the American Theatre and Past President of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Film Awards include: Best Feature Film 2021 Canadian Diversity Film Festival; Best Social Justice Film Silk Road Film Festival – Cannes; and Best Human Rights Film, Best Cause-Driven Film, and Best Social Justice Feature Film Cannes World Film Festival.