‘The Fertile River’ Explores a Shocking Period in History
| September 10, 2018
Face It Theatre presents ‘The Fertile River’, a play by Vincent Terrell Durham, who was born in Binghamton and graduated from Binghamton High School. Director Jim Michalec joins us to talk about Durham and this gripping play which is, nevertheless, filled with humor. And Judy McMahon tells of how this play almost literally fell into her hands.
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