126 Newberry Street SW
Aiken , 29801

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April 1, 2, 7, 8, 9 at 7:30 pm
April 3 at 2:00 pm

SOME PLACE CALLED MAYOR’S INCOME, TENNESSEE, is a full-length play that is made up of a collection of short, episodic plays. Each short play can stand on its own, but they’re all tied together by one theme. They’re all set in the same town – some place called Mayor’s Income, Tennessee. It’s a location that you won’t be able to find on any map or your fancy GPS-enabled smart phones. And that’s because it’s a place that doesn’t exist in this reality. The stories are all works of fiction. These characters are not real, and every piece of dialogue they speak are just words on a page. A script written by a playwright. Entertain this thought for a moment: What if every time an author writes a novel, a poet writes a poem, or every time a playwright writes a play, the events created in those stories become very real, set somewhere else in their own reality. A work of fiction to you, but very real in some other place. Some other time. In SOME PLACE CALLED MAYOR’S INCOME, TENNESSEE, we will open a door to this other reality. Where these stories are very real. These characters are very real. And Mayor’s Income, Tennessee, is a very real place. A place where people who visit, even momentarily, get a weird feeling that its residents are hiding something from the rest of us. Now, let us take a glimpse at the past, present, and future of this place called Mayor’s Income, Tennessee.

Written by Jonathan Cook

Dave Engleman - Narrator

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