“wine in the wilderness”

In Childress's play, this painting is at the center of a search for meaning during a troubled time.

“Wine in the Wilderness”

Wine in the Wilderness, by Alice Childress and produced by demaskus Theater Collective, is set in Harlem during the race riots of 1964, which were set off when a black teenager  
In Childress's play, this painting is at the center of a search for meaning during a troubled time.

“Wine in the Wilderness”

We meet an African American artist working on a painting—and finding a most unexpected “muse” to guide his efforts—while chaos reigns in the streets outside his apartment. Last performed in