What a mother will do to save her son.
Pipeline is a deeply moving story of a single mother’s fight to give her son a better future. Nya is an inner-city teacher who is desperate to give her son the opportunities she knows aren’t available in the public school system. When an incident at his private school threatens to get him expelled, she must confront her son’s rage and her own choices that led him there.
Nominated for 5 Lucille Lortel Awards, this thoughtful drama about community, family and the education system makes its Canadian Premiere.
Community Conversations: Pipe Up
APRIL 23, 2022
Join us as a panel of activists and academics discuss within the education system in relationship to what has been referred to as the school to prison pipeline.
Tickets for the performance on April 23 include this Community Conversation.
Community Conversations supported by TD Ready Commitment
Pipeline confirms Dominique Morisseau’s reputation as a playwright of piercing eloquence.- New York Times
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