Q & A: Director Natasha A. Jackson Talks About the Significance of ‘Bourbon at the Border’

Hear what Natasha A. Jackson has to say about making her directorial debut and the personal significance of the North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre (NRACT) production of Pearl Cleage’s play Bourbon at the Border.

Bourbon at the Border runs through February 9th. For more information visit http://www.nract.org/shows#/bourbon-at-the-border/ or the RDU on Stage Calendar.

Read Lauren Van Hemert’s RDU on Stage review of the NRACT production of Bourbon at the Border.

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