After a racially motivated hate crime occurs on a modern college campus a group of students is forced to confront themselves as well as each other.  As they stage sit in in the Dean's office, pressure mounts, tensions rise, and their protest begins to cost more than just their reputations.  Is it always time to do right? [6W,5M]

Commissioned by The Farm Theater Company as the 2017 College Collaboration Project. 

The Farm Theater's College Collaboration:

Three schools commission and early career playwright to write a play that each school will independently produce throughout the academic year. The faculty, students, and playwright collaborate throughout the year in the development of the text. The script will be a full-length play with a minimum of five characters. The majority of the characters will be under thirty years of age so that undergraduate actors can successfully play the roles. The play will reflect the students’ thoughts on the theme suggested by the playwright.

Participating Schools:

  • Carroll Community College
  • Howard Community College
  • Prince George Community College