, hire an escort, but their night of fantasy fulfillment quickly takes a dark turn. Director Lindsay Boyd says though the play is a warning against letting money go to your head, it’s also commentary on people’s tendency to be blinded by insignificant things, which allows them to treat others poorly. “I want people to leave feeling like this is something that exists, this is a problem that exists that people aren’t paying attention to, that people just let slide because they’re Southern, or they’re white, or that’s just how they were raised.”
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and September 25; 3 p.m. October 1. September 21 through October 7. Beacon Theatre, 5102 Navigation. For information, call 281-972-5897 or visit conemanrunning.com
. $15 to $20.
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