Emmie is one of the only Black people living in Paris, Vermont, and she desperately needs a job. When she is hired at Berry’s, a store off the interstate selling everything from baby carrots to lawnmowers, she begins to understand a new kind of isolation. Paris is a play about invisibility, being underpaid, and how it feels to work on your feet for ten hours a day while trying to preserve your soul. Written by Eboni Booth, directed by Tatyana-Marie Carlo.
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