His Eye Is On The Sparrow

Written by Larry Parr, this play is about Ethel Waters, who was born in 1896 into poverty but overcame a spirit-breaking childhood and racial injustice to become a vaudeville success, legendary jazz and blues singer, Broadway pioneer, and Oscar-nominated actress. However, a reputation for being difficult and her own distrust of those who might employ her or love her – largely a response to the unspeakable horrors of Jim Crow America – caused her to lose everything and become a recluse until she found new strength from a most unlikely source.

Directed by Kenny Dozier and Introducing rising star Lindsey Kaye, who plays Ethel Waters.

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