Baltimoreian Alonzo LaMont directs his newly written adventure story, designed to make you think, as the last of seven new plays written for the 30th season of the Baltimore Playwrights Festival.
Alonzo LaMont (pictured center between actresses Lauren Blackwell and Yakima Rich) writes and directs this story that pulls together the lives of very different people: two teens with a rebellious plan and not enough parental supervision on the internet, an infamous black prisoner who was charged 20 years ago with a crime that he may not have committed, and a Civil War-era woman who sold freedmen back into slavery. These characters pull together to explore themes of identity, racism, and how flashy stories often overshadow important ones. Zulu Fits is the last of seven plays at five local theaters that make up the 30th season of the Baltimore Playwrights Festival. (Jessica Manzo)
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