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The greatest love story in American history is, appropriately enough, the Loving story.
This play tells the the true story of Richard Loving, a white Virginia construction worker, and Mildred Jeter, an African American, who married in the 1950s. As a result of their bravery and willingness to stand together the ban on inter-racial marriage was deemed unconstitutional.
ITC was proud to partner with the Robert Russa Moton Museum and the Citizen Leadership & Social Justice Education Program at Longwood University to present a Valentine's Day weekend program of events. Our goal was to promote the power of racially-unified community spirit through theatre, art, music, dance, and other activities for the commonwealth of Virginia.
Richard Loving - Robbie Winston*
Mildred Loving - Brittany Deneen
Brother - Garrett D. Reese
Cohen - Harrison Gray
Narrator - Baylee Holloran
Director: Garrett D. Reese
Set Design: Garrett D. Reese
Music Direction: DaShay Glover
Costume Design: Lacy Klinger
Sound & Projection Design: Roland Karnatz
Stage Management: Carly Carter
Production Supervisor: Chris Klinger
all events held at the Moton Museum in Farmville, VA
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"Wine Down" discussion after each performance with the cast!
A very special thank you to our 2018-2019 season sponsors and community partners: