Shared Space explores the loves, losses and life
lessons of 14 college students living in an off-campus house in the fall of
1968. America vibrates with change and
uncertainty as these students negotiate the journey to adulthood. Their young lives are profoundly impacted by
the compelling issues of the era: war,
racial strife, women’s liberation, radical politics, sex, drugs and rock ‘n
roll. The play takes a humorous,
sobering and occasionally painful look at 1968. Post show discussions will ask
audiences to consider the lessons our nation has learned and not yet learned in
over 50 years.
Please note: This play about the 1960's contains mature subject matter pertinent to the time period. This includes profanity and language about rape, sexuality, racism, violence and drugs.