Dominique Morisseau’s Play PIPELINE is Coming to Movie Theatres – Revealing the Plight of Black Boys in Our Schools

“Award-winning playwright Dominique Morisseau will see her play Pipeline hit select cinemas nationwide October 3, 5, and 7.

Directed by Lileana Blaine-Cruz, the production was mounted Off-Broadway at Lincoln Center Theater’s Mitzi Newhouse in June 2017. Produced by Live From Lincoln Center with BroadwayHD, Pipeline stars Tasah Lawrence, Morocco Omari, Karen Pittman, Namir Smallwood, Jaime Lincoln Smith, and Heather Velasquez. The capture was directed by Habib Azar.

Pittman plays Nya, an inner-city high school teacher whose son, Omari, played by Smallwood, attends a private boarding school. But when Omari gets into an altercation with a teacher, Nya and Omari must deal with the realities of righteous rage, their family dynamic, and the pitfalls of an education system divided into public and private…” Continue reading at

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