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Magical, epic, urgent, and poetic, Marcus Gardley's THE ROAD WEEPS, THE WELL RUNS DRY explores issues of spirituality and identity, education and migration, through the story of Wewoka, Oklahoma, the first all-black town in America. Black Seminoles, people of both African- and Native-American heritage, watch all they have built collapse into civil war when the well water runs dry. This exciting play will be seen all over the United States in 2013. Directed by Marion McClinton