by Lynn Nottage
directed by Luther Wells
Clyde’s serves up the story of ordinary characters with big dreams. While the owner of the truck stop tries to keep them under her fiery rule, four formerly incarcerated chefs dare to dream of creating the perfect sandwich and imagine a future they have been constantly told is out of reach.
This show contains strong language, loud noises and adult references. Recommended for ages 16 and up.
how to make an American son is a brand new play that explores what happens when the American Dream collides with the reality of immigration and family. Honduran-born Mando built a successful cleaning business and he has the means to pay for his son, Orlando's, lavish high school lifestyle. Orlando is happy to enjoy the fruits of his father's labor, but is embarrassed by his accent and his line of work. When Orlando finds himself responsible for the fate of a treasured worker and the future of his father's business, the two must face tough truths about the business, citizenship, their family and, most importantly, how to keep their dreams alive in a society that keeps them struggling to belong.
This show contains strong language and adult references. Recommended for ages 16 and up.
Follow our player's interactive journey of self-discovery! Starting in their own world, they move through the realms of various video games. They meet different characters, each with their own lessons and skills to share. Along the way, our player discovers who they are and how to make their world their own.
Saturday, July 1 at 11a
Friday, July 7 at 11a
Friday, July 21 at 11a
In front of the Cunningham Theatre Center on Davidson's campus.