Photography by Horizon Theatre, Bernardine Mitchell, Crystal Fox, Amber Iman
Three Sistahs is a bluesy musical set in the late 1960’s and tells the story of the three Bancroft girls, Olive, Marsha and Irene. The sisters have arrived in Washington D.C. to once again bury another family member. This time it’s their young brother who lost his life in the war. One year ago it was their father and the year before it was their mother. Having grown weary of the somber reunions, the Bancroft ‘sistahs’ are just plain raw with how their feeling about life, death and one another.
Marsha struggled with life in an unfulfilled marriage, we felt her anguish.
With only a ten minute intermission, one patron was heard saying, “I swear it’s been a half hour! Shouldn’t we be starting soon?” Anticipation to continue this story was high and no one wanted the story to end. Three Sistahs allowed us to dance in our seats, sing along, emote and toss our heads back in sheer delight. Thankfully, it’s only just beginning and it’s worth a trip back.
Three Sistahs will continue its run through August 28th, Wed, Thurs and Fri at 8pm, Sat at 3pm and 8:30pm and Sunday at 5pm. Tickets start as low as $25.00 for general admission seats on weeknights or you can be a VIP with reserved seating and other special perks starting at $40.00 (prices are subject to availability). Tickets and information are available at http://www.horizontheatre.comor by calling 404-584-7450.