Southern Discomfort Production presents


(An approximately 95 minute one-act play.)

BIRMINGHAM BLUES by Charlotte Higgins is a gritty, provocative, darkly humorous look at a disgraced doctor’s fall into the shadow world of the homeless and her struggle for redemption.  The play explores a community of society’s  abandoned misfits living beneath a railroad trestle in Birmingham, Alabama.  It provides a look at the perseverance, courage, generosity, cunning, lies, thievery and humor necessary to survive their often desperate and dangerous circumstances.

PERFORMANCES of the play will be at The Wilkerson Theater at 25th and R in Sacramento, Oct 13-28; Th-F-S at 8 pm.  It will be directed by Maggie Upton. Tickets are available through BrownPaperTickets.com.  A portion of each ticket sold will go to organizations assisting the homeless in Sacramento and El Dorado Counties.

For more information about the play, cast and crew, look at Birmingham Blues under full length plays on this site.

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