presented by Community Actors Theatre
In the Heat of the Night by John Ball, adapted for stage by Matt Palfrey. It’s 1962 and a hot August night lies heavy over the small town of Argo, Alabama. A dead white man is discovered and the local police arrest a black stranger named Virgil Tibbs. The police discover that their prime suspect is in fact a homicide detective from California. But Tibbs becomes the racially tense community’s hope in solving a brutal murder that is turning up no witnesses, no motives and no clues. Directed by Yolanda Franklin, Produced by Mark Henry.
Performed with permission by Concord Theatricals/Samuel French Inc., New York The San Diego Public Bus, stops right in front of Community Actors Theatre. Face masks are required of all patrons please.
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