Join us for a staged reading of this year’s Stanley Drama Award-winning play, “Incident at Willow Creek” by B.V. Marshall, featuring a Q&A with the playwright following the performance. SYNOPSIS: Verite, an African-American professor, is at a crossroads. She’s smug about her neutral stance regarding guns, but she obsesses over a recent gun incident that resulted in the killing of an innocent black man. She closely follows the story on TV and radio and is torn between the need to defend oneself and the need to comply with law enforcement. At the same time, a student perplexes her with his own fixation on guns. He even offers to teach her how to shoot, and that conflicts with her sense of self. With her own college preparing for security risks, Verite is forced to confront her beliefs, her passive nature and her own physical safety.