TIMEPIECES: The Left Hand Singing

Tuesday, June 18 at 7pm

Amidst the idealism and violence of the Civil Rights Movement during the summer of 1964 in Mississippi, three college students traveling to aid in the movement, vanish, seemingly without a trace. As the parents of Honey, Linda, and Wes cope with their loss, they become inescapably linked—the heirs of their lost children’s dreams. Throughout the next three decades, the connections among these people with very disparate backgrounds are tested against the fire of the country’s social and political turbulence. Told across time, The Left Hand Singing explores the relationships of those left behind as they grapple with loss, newfound activism, and the constant drive to heal and find peace.