A mountain in back of a white horse and Bass Reeves in the foreground

Cullud Wattah

A two-act by playwright Erika Dickerson-Despenza, takes place over six days in the lives of three generations of women — a grandmother, two daughters and two granddaughters — whose existence in Flint, Michigan is circumscribed by the awful water trickling into their homes when the taps are turned on.

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