On a Southern plantation, Shakespeare holds the fate of several black slaves in his hands. Among them are the rebellious Aaron and the obedient Othello, both of whom share an interest in Shakespeare’s unwed daughter. But a vital secret remains hidden that could untangle complex familial ties and change the course of their history.
"…the play's characters are always passionate, almost operatic in their feelings; the script often has the heat of a blowtorch." —NOW Magazine