February 27, 2021
About this event
Mississippi State’s Theatre MSU is presenting a student produced and directed production of "Pipeline," a Dominique Morisseau play addressing the school-to-prison pipeline. It also spotlights a mother’s fight to give her son a future without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.
For COVID-19 protocols to be followed, a strict limit of 100 people will be allowed at each presentation in the mainstage theater at McComas Hall.
Tickets are available at www.events.msstate.edu.
Payment options range from free, $5 or $10, in a "pay what you can" format. Ticket registration is required.
The Saturday night performance features a live ASL interpretation by Jordan Oswald of MSU's Disability Support Services.