The one-man show Blood Done Sign My Name is based on a book of the same name by Tim Tyson. It has been adapted for the stage by writer and actor Mike Wiley, who magnificently brings the story to life.
Tells the true story of the the 1970 murder of Henry Marrow in a rural North Carolina town by Robert Teel and his sons, the aftermath of the murder and the eventual acquittal of the Teels by an all white jury, in spite of multiple eye witnesses to the murder.
This show is a limited engagement so there will only be six shows, Friday-Sunday, January 29-31, 2010 and Friday-Sunday, February 5-7, 2010. The Friday and Saturday evening shows are at 8:00 pm, and the Sunday matinees are at 2:00 pm. Tim Tyson, the author, will be present for both of the Sunday matinees. Also, there will be ‘talk back’ sessions following each of the shows between the actor and the audience.
The sponsors for the show are Wilson & Reives, Attorneys at Law, Richard and Carol Carlson, Dr. Webb and Ann McCracken, and Drs. Paul Howard and Barbara James.
For tickets or to learn more about this show, please visit the Temple Theatre website at www.templeshows.com or call our Box Office at 919.774.4155.
Temple Theatre announces a new performance for their current production, Blood Done Sign My Name.
Due to inclement weather, Temple Theatre had to cancel their Saturday evening and Sunday matinee shows scheduled for this past weekend. To accomodate their patrons, Temple Theatre has announced a new performance of the show on Thursday evening, February 4, at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $20.
Ticket-holders for the Saturday evening and Sunday matinee shows that were canceled, may exchange their tickets for one of the four remaining performances or get a refund. For more information about rescheduling or to get a refund, please call our Box Office directly at 919.774.4155.